# Jerry Flannery

Last year
# Bonkers
Agony for Smith with late kick as Montpellier pip Quins in thrilling clash
The second leg at the Stoop was relentlessly entertaining.
# Irish Abroad
Ex-Munster man Flannery handed permanent contract at Harlequins
The former Ireland hooker joined the Premiership club in 2020.
All time
# Irish Abroad
'The Pro14 hasn't been competitive outside the Irish teams. It's the worst I have seen it'
Former Munster man Jerry Flannery is now in charge of the Harlequins defence.
# Reunion
'He knows his own mind and I admire that about him' - McFarland on Flannery ahead of European showdown
The pair played together at Connacht at opposite ends of their respective careers.
# Inside track
Flannery looks to add 'steely edge' to Quins pack as they visit Thomond Park
The Premiership side have been impressed by some of the province’s young players.
# Irish Abroad
'I loved coaching with Munster. I just felt the time was right to move on'
Jerry Flannery is back in the professional game as lineout coach with Premiership club Harlequins.
# the deuce
Battle for Ireland hooker spot 'wide open' -- Jerry Flannery
The new Harlequins forwards coach hopes to see a stand-out emerge after Rory Best’s exit last year.
# specialist
Jerry Flannery joins Premiership club Harlequins as lineout coach
The 41-year-old left his role as forwards coach of Munster last year.
# Pundits
Flannery, Stringer and D'Arcy join eir Sport's panel for World Cup coverage
Ireland Women internationals Eimear Considine and Louise Galvin will also join presenter Tommy Bowe.
Van Graan sad that 'brilliant Munster men' Jones and Flannery are leaving
The southern province’s head coach is hopeful of securing ‘quality people’ ahead of next season.
# good news
Beirne extends Munster contract as 20-year-old Casey advances onto senior deal
The Ireland international has quickly become a key player for Johann van Graan’s side.
# expertise
Van Graan indicates Munster are looking for a new attack coach
The Munster boss indicated that he wants to keep Felix Jones and Jerry Flannery on board.
# Innovation
'A glimpse behind the curtain' - TG4 provide unique coaching insight with Flannery warm-up clip
Kieran Hartigan speaks to The42 about the station’s pre-match coverage of Munster’s Pro14 clash with Connacht which impressed viewers.
# good signs
Murray starts to take contact as he makes positive progress with neck injury
Munster will be without the scrum-half for a while yet, and Jerry Flannery says they need to make a statement against Ulster this weekend.
# marginal gains
Munster coaches spend off-season in New Zealand in search of missing 1%
Jerry Flannery linked up with Ronan O’Gara at the Crusaders and Felix Jones spent time with the Hurricanes.
# pro14
Earls facing two months out as Munster take 'extra cautious' approach with Bleyendaal
Johann van Graan is taking over a diminished Munster squad.
# As You Were
Flannery says business as usual for Munster in wake of Erasmus announcement
“It was weird with the announcement at the start of pre-season but it in no way has it affected our rugby.”
# Red Army
'An awful lot of it is down to Axel': Flannery's insight into Munster's year
The Munster scrum coach gave a fascinating interview on Sky Sports.
# Appointments
Munster confirm signing of highly-rated Nienaber as Jones joins coaching staff
Director of rugby Rassie Erasmus’ coaching team for next season has been confirmed.
Jerry Flannery living his dream as part of Munster's coaching team
The former hooker is now scrum coach at the province where he won two Heineken Cups.
# axel support
Munster confirm roles for Jerry Flannery and Brian Walsh in Foley's backroom
The ex-hooker will come in as the province’s scrum coach while Walsh takes responsibility for the back-line.
# Heineken Cup
'Odds stacked against Connacht again but that's how we like it' - Sean Henry
The Sligo native believes his team can cause another Heineken Cup shock at Allianz Park on Saturday.
# Put On The Red Light
Mystery surrounds Limerick "Red Light District" signs
Stickers were placed over road signs on the street that highlighted the problem of prostitution in Limerick city centre.
# the gunner show
5 things Arsenal can learn from their new employee Jerry Flannery
The Munster hooker has taken up a role within the London club’s strength and conditioning team.
# banter
VIDEO: Jerry Flannery talks 'gurrier' O'Callaghan and his fabulous hair on the Late Late
We all love a trip to Toni & Guy, to be fair.
# Twittersphere
Separated at birth? It's the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring Lance Armstrong’s response to recent criticisms and the unveiling of Donncha O’Callaghan’s shameful secret.
Leinster v Munster, RaboDirect PRO12
Both sides were looking to get back to winning ways and there was a plethora of tries in the first 10 minutes.
# Carnage
Opinion: Predictions and brave words fall by the wayside after merciless mauling
The Grand Slam team of 2009 are well and truly a distant memory after Ireland’s record defeat.
# Time's up
Final whistle: Hip injury forces Leamy retirement
Munster and Ireland back-row Denis Leamy has announced his retirement at the age of 30.
# Said and done
Editorial failures and downsides to being pretty: The week in quotes
“We are not the people to turn to if you can’t find your false teeth, if your sat nav is broken and you need directions … if you are looking for a dog-minder while you are on holiday.”
# power shift
Opinion: Where did it all go wrong for mighty Munster?
Once upon a time, a home semi-final for Munster meant guaranteed progress to the final four. Today Ulster arrive in Limerick with winning in mind.
# balls-out
'I felt like a fraud': Fla finds some relief in retirement
Two weeks on from ending his career, Jerry Flannery spoke about what it’s like to know your time is up.
# axel f
Foley 'ticks all the boxes' to be next Munster coach - Flannery
Jerry Flannery believes age and inexperience should not be a barrier to promoting Anthony Foley to the head coaching role this summer.
# Opinion
Munster: Still standing, still fighting, but wounded
Connacht host Munster this evening. The sides remain miles apart in terms of ability, but is there a growing fragility in the Thomond mindset?
Closing time: Jerry Flannery retires from professional rugby
A cruel run of injuries has forced the Munster and Ireland hooker to retire at the age of 33.
# Six Nations
'Ireland too strong for the Azzurri' - Jerry Flannery
The injured Munster hooker says that, despite Italy’s recent progress, today’s game at the Aviva will mark Declan Kidney’s first win of 2012.
# Looking Forward
WATCH: Flannery expects Munster to continue great start
Here’s what Fla had to say ahead of Sunday’s Heineken Cup match against the Scarlets in Thomond Park.
# patient play
In pictures: Munster Rugby stars make hospital visit
The Thomond Park stars took time out of their Heinenken Cup preparations to pop into Mid-Western Regional Hospital earlier.
# Twittersphere
Sporting tweets of the week
Find out what Jerry Flannery has to say about Dana, what digusting image Bernard Berrian recently conjured and which Brian O’Driscoll tweet provoked George Hook’s ire.
# Roll Call
Munster duo to miss Heineken Cup pool stages
David Wallace and Felix Jones have been ruled out European action until the new year, while there was a surprise recall for one old favourite.