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Fancy being Munster's press officer? If so, Paul O'Connell wants you!

One of your duties will be to prevent him from facing Gloucester on this hefty grass mower.

Paulie got a quick mow in last week before his wedding.
Paulie got a quick mow in last week before his wedding.
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MUNSTER RUGBY ARE looking to recruit six fans to pitch in at their pre-season friendly against Gloucester at Thomond Park.

The friendly, which will take place on 24 August, will see the province face off against an English team they are slated to play twice in the Heineken Cup later this year.

As part of the launch of the new Munster home and alternate kit, the province has teamed up with adidas and Life Style Sports to offer rugby supporters an insight into all the bells and whistles of match-day at Thomond.

The six roles up for grabs include stadium announcer, kit man/woman, social media reporter, kicking and warm-up assistant, team press officer and presenting the match ball [sounds like the sweetest peach of the lot].

Munster’s long-serving press officer Pat Geraghty has departed his role at the province. An industrious fan that shows sufficient moxy, corals stars such as Conor Murray and Paul O’Connell into briefings, and controls the insatiable media may demonstrate their worth to the club.

For supporters interested in entering the competition can get involved here>>>

For the lucky soul selected as press officer, remember it was TheScore.ie that tipped you off in the first place.

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