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Here are the highlights from #MunsterRace day 1

Tractors, tri-corner sandwiches and a bit of Titanic were all on show as Munster players pressed the flesh today.

THE INAUGURAL MUNSTER Race is nearing the halfway point as the various teams turn their attention towards finding a bed for the night.

Tomorrow, they’ll hit the road to Youghal again. Hopefully, there’ll be slightly better weather to take the overriding grey hue of the pictures they tweet.

Whatever the climate, though, they seem to be enjoying themselves so far.

Just getting to the starting point was difficult enough

Credit: Shane Buckley

Once on the road, one team was set upon by Clare FM’s Ciara Revins

‘Rotten day out.’

‘Tis.’

Image credit Cian Bohane

Most men were eager to organise food first and foremost

Gotta fill that tank.


JJ Hanrahan found one place to his liking


New skipper Peter O’Mahony hasn’t led his team in the right direction yet


City Slicker Andrew Conway finds out about the real Ireland

‘What the f*$k is that?’

Image credit: @DonnachaRyan

John Ryan cuts a mean tri-cornered sandwich

Image credit: @IanCostello1

‘You be Rose and I’ll be your man from Inception’

Once the boys touched down in Waterford, they met the great Dan Shanahan.

Image credit: @VarleyDamien

One of this group has a Six Nations winner’s medal

Yep, it’s goal-kicking fullback Niamh Briggs.

Image credit: @BillyHolland

Tommy O’Donnell is out to claim the title of Ireland’s number one farmer/back row

Sean O’Brien, you have been warned.

Image credit: @TommyoDonnell87

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