Scarlets secure a deserved hard-fought win over Pro12 leaders Munster to keep alive their slim hopes of reaching the play-offs.
Tries from Sean Dougall, Simon Zebo and James Downey against Ospreys send Munster back to the top of the Pro12.
Former Ireland back row forward Anthony Foley will succeed Rob Penney as Munster coach at the end of this season.
Winger Simon Zebo scores two tries in Cork as Munster beat Zebre 36-8 to move back to the top of the Pro12 table.
Newcastle Falcons sign Munster second-row Ian Nagle on a short-term contract until the end of the season.
Pro12 leaders Munster rack up their biggest win of the season in trouncing Cardiff Blues 54-13 in Limerick.
New Zealander Rob Penney is to step down as head coach of Irish province Munster at the end of the season.
Conor Murray's starting berth at scrum-half for Ireland against Scotland looks assured as Eoin Reddan struggles with a calf strain.
Edinburgh forward Cornell Du Preez escapes further sanction after being cited for striking Munster's Paul O'Connell.
Keith Earls will miss Ireland's Six Nations campaign after suffering a knee injury in Munster's win over Edinburgh.
Ireland captain Paul O'Connell says his latest contract with Munster will be his last with the province.
Ireland lock Paul O'Connell signs a new two-year deal with the IRFU which will see him remain with Munster until 2016.
Munster secure a home tie in the Heineken Cup quarter-finals with a 38-6 demolition of Edinburgh at Thomond Park.
Two-time champions Munster wrap up Heineken Cup Pool Six as they ultimately win with some ease away to Gloucester.
Ulster hang on to quell a Munster revival and secure a 29-19 Pro12 win in the All-Ireland clash at Ravenhill.
JJ Hanrahan scores all Munster's points as the Pro12 leaders beat Connacht although the visitors snatch a bonus point.
Leaders Munster score an injury-time try to edge out unlucky Scarlets in the Pro12 clash at Musgrave Park.
Munster's former All Blacks centre Casey Laulala will leave the Irish province at the end of this season.
Munster forward Donnacha Ryan pledges his future to the province and Ireland for a further three years.
Munster secure a dramatic last-gasp win over Perpignan to consolidate their position at the top of Heineken Cup Pool 6.