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O'Mahony leads Munster's revival

Munster kept up their 100 per cent record in the British & Irish Cup following a hard-fought win at Neath.

Skipper Peter O'Mahony and Tom Gleeson scored second-half tries to seal an impressive comeback at the Gnoll.

Munster saw Ed Kelly yellow-carded for killing the ball and the visitors trailed 12-0 at the interval after four penalties from Arwel Thomas. Declan Cusack booted two penalties before Neath's Gareth Gravell was sent to the bin for a dust-up with O'Mahony but the No 8 capitalised and crashed over before Gleeson capped the win.

Neath: K Morgan; K James, S Thomas, N Brew, A Jenkins; A Thomas (capt, G McCarthy 69), K Farrell (T James 78); N Downs (E Lewis 78), A James (G Price 65), M Jones, E Evans, N Edwards, M Collins (C Price 62), L Evans, G Gravell

Munster A: D Riordan; D Barnes, T Gleeson (J Manning 59), S Deasy, C O'Boyle; D Cusack, D Williams (C Murray 76); D Kilcoyne, S Henry (G Slattery 78), S Archer, E Kelly, I Nagle (N Melbourne 56-58), N Williams, P O'Mahony (c) (N Melbourne 72), S Hassett (B Holland 41)

Referee: G Roberts (RFU).

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