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Munster hooker Duncan Casey has has left Munster to join a French club

Duncan Casey Photo: Sportsfile
Duncan Casey Photo: Sportsfile
Cian Tracey

Cian Tracey

Munster hooker Duncan Casey has joined a French D2 side, believed to be Grenoble.

The 27-year-old has started just one game this season and having battled with injury over recent years, it is understood that he had considered retirement before Grenoble came in with an offer.

The French club, who were previously coached by Bernard Jackman and Mike Prendergast, are pushing for promotion back to the Top 14 and are currently fourth in the Pro D2 table.

Since making his debut in 2013, Casey has played 46 times for Munster but his time at his home province is now nearing an end.

The Cork native is being recruited as a 'medical joker'.

Munster team manager Niall O’Donovan said: "Duncan has been a massive character in our squad and will be sorely missed by this group of players and staff.

"He has worked hard in coming through the Munster pathway and has overcome a number of challenges in getting himself back to full fitness.

"We wish Duncan all the best with his next opportunity in France."

Irish Independent

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