Monthly Archives: April 2011

Leaving out Lewis a mistake

It’s been a terrific two weeks for Limerick referee George Clancy: first he makes the elite panel of 10 for the World Cup in September; then he is handed his first Heineken Cup semi-final – Northampton Saints against Perpignan on … Continue reading

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Munster Hit Twice

We are accustomed to bad news about players having their careers cut short but in the past week Munster have had to cope with one of their staff as well as one of the players calling it quits. Strength and … Continue reading

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Andress looks to Munster

The arrival of John Hayes onto the park in Limerick on Saturday night was a reminder that the Bull hasn’t gone away. But if Hayes is one of those players who desperately needs games to keep ticking over, then already … Continue reading

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Next Step for Eddie

The next couple of weeks will be crucial in the career of Eddie O’Sullivan. At this point in the build up to the last World Cup he was en route to a second contract extension that would have taken him … Continue reading

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