We’ll Leave It There So: Munster game goes ahead, Banty is back and all of today’s sport
April 4, 2022 | News | No Comments
Peter O’Mahony and Rassie Erasmus speak to the media at UL.
Source: Niall Carson
- Munster’s Champions Cup game against Glasgow Warriors will go ahead as planned on Saturday.
- The province’s captain, Peter O’Mahony, was understandably emotional as he paid tribute to Anthony Foley in Limerick.
- Seamus ‘Banty‘ McEnaney is back in inter-county management after taking the reins of the Wexford footballers.
- Paddy Barnes has been added to the same New York card as Michael Conlan for St Patrick’s Day.
- Ulster are hopeful of having Ruan Pienaar fit for their must-win Champions Cup clash against Exeter this weekend.
- Connacht’s new Springbok out-half Marnitz Boshoff will arrive in Galway later this week.
- Louis Ludik has signed a new three-year deal with Ulster.
- Tomás O’Leary, meanwhile, has signed a short-term deal with Top 14 outfit Montpellier.
Dundalk players after training at Tallaght Stadium.
Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO
- Steve Hansen has made three changes for New Zealand‘s Test match against Australia on Saturday.
- Fenerhahce‘s plane had an emergency landing en route to Manchester for tomorrow’s Europa League tie with United.
- Anthony Joshua will defend his world heavyweight title on 10 December.
- All Black great Dan Carter insists he has never come across any banned substances in rugby.
- Former Man City CEO Garry Cook is among a number of high-profile staff let go by UFC.
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Where we were today
Murray Kinsella was down in Limerick as Rassie Erasmus and Peter O’Mahony bravely faced the media, while Ben Blake was at Tallaght for Dundalk’s pre-game press conference.
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Dundalk’s Andy Boyle.
Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO
- Attention turns to the Europa League on Thursday with Dundalk continuing their campaign against Zenit at Tallaght Stadium (8.05pm).
- Man United are also in action as they host Fenerbahce (8.05pm) at Old Trafford while Southampton are in Milan to face Inter (6pm).
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