'No shortage of big Munster shoulders' Read full article on 'No shortage of big Munster shoulders'
Tom English sees Munster scale the heights of their glorious past in victory over Glasgow, a fitting tribute to head coach Anthony Foley, who died suddenly last week.
Munster 38-17 Glasgow Warriors Read full article on Munster 38-17 Glasgow Warriors
Inspired Munster score five tries to beat Glasgow 38-17 in their first match since the death of head coach Anthony Foley.
Rugby stars pay respects to Foley Read full article on Rugby stars pay respects to Foley
Joe Schmidt and Rory Best are among thousands who join Anthony Foley's family as his body is brought to his hometown church.
Glasgow prepare for 'emotional' game Read full article on Glasgow prepare for 'emotional' game
In the wake of Anthony Foley's shock death, Gregor Townsend hopes to lift his 'subdued' Glasgow players to face Munster.
Munster match versus Glasgow goes ahead Read full article on Munster match versus Glasgow goes ahead
Munster's European game against Glasgow Warriors will be played on Saturday following Anthony Foley's sudden death.
Foley died of fluid build-up in lungs Read full article on Foley died of fluid build-up in lungs
Munster head coach and ex-Ireland international Anthony Foley died of a build-up of fluid in the lungs caused by a heart condition, says a French coroner.
Munster 'planning towards' Glasgow game Read full article on Munster 'planning towards' Glasgow game
The Munster squad begin "working and planning" towards Saturday's Champions Cup game against Glasgow at Thomond Park.
Ulster to install Foley memorial Read full article on Ulster to install Foley memorial
Ulster Rugby announce that they will erect a memorial to Anthony Foley in the away changing room at Kingspan Stadium.
Books of condolence for rugby star Foley Read full article on Books of condolence for rugby star Foley
Books of condolence are to be opened across Munster in the Republic of Ireland for the province's head rugby coach Anthony Foley.
'The outrageous loss of a true rugby man' Read full article on 'The outrageous loss of a true rugby man'
A man who achieved so much and won the hearts of so many, Anthony Foley will be fondly remembered and keenly missed, says Tom English.
Munster coach Foley dies suddenly Read full article on Munster coach Foley dies suddenly
Munster head coach Anthony Foley, who won 62 caps for Ireland, dies suddenly at Munster's hotel in Paris.
Cronin handed four-week stamping ban Read full article on Cronin handed four-week stamping ban
Munster prop James Cronin to miss crucial European Champions Cup and Pro12 games after picking up a four-week suspension.
Leinster 25-14 Munster Read full article on Leinster 25-14 Munster
Leinster go level on points with Pro12 leaders Ulster by beating Irish interprovincial rivals Munster 25-14 at the Aviva Stadium.
Munster bring in hooker Marshall Read full article on Munster bring in hooker Marshall
Munster sign hooker Rhys Marshall in a three-year deal while Thomas du Toit and Cathal Sheridan join on three-month contracts.
Munster 49-5 Zebre Read full article on Munster 49-5 Zebre
Munster make it four wins from their opening five games in the Pro12 as they stroll to victory over Zebre at Thomond Park.
Two-week ban for Edinburgh's McKenzie Read full article on Two-week ban for Edinburgh's McKenzie
Edinburgh look Fraser McKenzie is suspended for two weeks after being cited for dangerous play against Munster.
Munster 28-14 Edinburgh Read full article on Munster 28-14 Edinburgh
Munster's total scrum superiority ensures a bonus-point victory over Edinburgh in the Pro12 game at Thomond Park.
NG Dragons 16-20 Munster Read full article on NG Dragons 16-20 Munster
Munster hang on for a tense win over Newport Gwent Dragons in the Pro12 at Rodney Parade.
Munster 23-24 Cardiff Blues Read full article on Munster 23-24 Cardiff Blues
Winger Tom James scores two tries as Cardiff Blues beat Munster 24-23 in a closely-fought Pro12 match in Cork.
Munster sign centre Taute in loan deal Read full article on Munster sign centre Taute in loan deal
Munster bring in South African centre Jaco Taute in a four-month loan deal as cover for injured pair Francis Saili and Sammy Arnold.