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What has transpired over the last six months in the name of Munster and Irish rugby is nothing short of a disgrace

Tony Ward


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Leinster's Jordan Larmour contests a high ball with Munster's Andrew Conway during Saturday's United Rugby Championship encounter at the Aviva Stadium. Photo: Harry Murphy/Sportsfile

Leinster's Jordan Larmour contests a high ball with Munster's Andrew Conway during Saturday's United Rugby Championship encounter at the Aviva Stadium. Photo: Harry Murphy/Sportsfile

Leinster's Jordan Larmour contests a high ball with Munster's Andrew Conway during Saturday's United Rugby Championship encounter at the Aviva Stadium. Photo: Harry Murphy/Sportsfile

Irrespective of your bias, what we witnessed at the Aviva was a cracking encounter between two provinces, albeit with very different end goals, but each taking it to the other on the full.

For those of blue persuasion it was almost heavenly in its execution and outcome. For those unashamedly red, hints of what might have been and still can be in time with a solid and committed coaching/management in place.


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