Sunday 30 April 2017

Fans must be quick to secure tickets

Tickets for the B&I Cup quarter-final are now on general sale, and are priced at €10 for adults, €8 for OAPs and just €3 for juniors (Stock photo)
Tickets for the B&I Cup quarter-final are now on general sale, and are priced at €10 for adults, €8 for OAPs and just €3 for juniors (Stock photo)

Ronan O'Brien

Season-ticket holders and supporters-club members have been urged to claim their tickets for the Champions Cup quarter-final against Toulouse on Saturday, April 1.

The tickets went on sale last Tuesday to the season-ticket holders as well as the supporters-club members, but it is not expected that any tickets for the last-eight tie will be available on general sale, due to the high demand.

Hospitality tickets for the knock-out European clash with the four-time champions have also already sold out.

Tickets are available though to the only remaining Friday-night game in Limerick this season, when Munster take on Scarlets at Thomond Park at the end of the month - February 28.

Stand and terrace tickets remain available for the visit of the in-form Welsh outfit, with senior, junior and student prices ranging from €7-€40. A large number of tickets have already been purchased for this game, so those interested in another special Thomond Park night are again urged to move quickly to avoid disappointment.

Meanwhile, Munster A have been drawn to face Ulster A in the quarter-final of the B&I Cup, with the game scheduled to take place at Irish Independent Park on Sunday, March 12 at 3pm.

This should be a mouth-watering clash, with a massive prize of home advantage in the semi-final against Ealing Trailfinders or Scarlets Premiership Select on the weekend of April 1 or 2 up for grabs.

Tickets for the B&I Cup quarter-final are now on general sale, and are priced at €10 for adults, €8 for OAPs and just €3 for juniors.

All Munster Rugby tickets are available via Ticketmaster, from the Munster Rugby ticket offices at Irish Independent Park and Thomond Park, or by calling 061 421103.

Irish Independent

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