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Munster Rugby suffer heavy pre-season loss to Leinster in CorkURC CHAMPIONS Munster have begun their season with a heavy 33-12 loss to great rivals Leinster at a sold-out Musgrave Park on Friday evening in the first of their pre-season friendlies. Leinster outscored their hosts five tries to two in a clinical display in the game which was a repeat of their URC semi-final fixture last season. Friday night's game saw Kieran Ryan, Evan O’Connell, Shay McCarthy and Stephen Kiely make their senior Munster debuts. Visitors Leinster were dominant for large parts of the contest despite Munster's quick start through a strong maul attack after which hooker Scott Buckley went over the try line after only two minutes of play. Academy out-half Tony Butler added the extra points to put Munster 7-0 ahead early on. Byrne strikes it very well from left of centre. Six Leinster points from Munster’s attacking breakdowns. Mike Prendergast will be disgusted with that. 7:52PM 14′ – MUN 0-3 LEIN: Clarke gets away with a crooked lineout near halfway — the wind is causing havoc, to be fair. Casey tries a box kick but it bounces into touch only a few metres away from where it started. 7:50PM 12′ – MUN 0-3 LEIN: Possession pretty even but Leinster have enjoyed the bulk of the territory so far. Munster win a penalty at the scrum on their own 22′, with Oli Jager forcing Andrew Porter into a crooked drive. Munster are off the mark, and there are three points between the two sides at Thomond. 21 minutes ago 8:53PM 51′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: Porter is pinged for not driving straight at the scrum. He doesn’t agree with that one. Crowley will go for goal from just outside the Leinster 10′. 22 minutes ago 8:52PM 50′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: Oh dear. Looks like a bad injury for Edwin Edogbo. He appeared to twist his right knee unchallenged. However, there’s a TMO check on a Craig Casey tackle on Jordan Larmour. He tipped Larmour onto his back. Casey is going to get yellow here, and Leinster are going to get a penalty. 1 hour ago 8:13PM 29′ MUN 0-6 LEIN: Porter gets one back on Jager and Leinster win a huge penalty on Munster ball inside their own half. That scrum battle has been fascinating so far. But so too has the battle at the lineout — and Munster steal one through Tom Ahern! A poor box kick by Casey, though, goes out on the full, so Leinster get it back where they started, give or take a yard. 8:08PM 24′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: HUGE CHANCE FOR LEINSTER, BUT IT’S SIMON ZEBO TO THE RESCUE FOR MUNSTER! Calvin Nash loses the flight of a ball in the wind and Leinster pounce. Scott Penny gathers it and bursts down the left. 13 minutes ago 9:01PM 58′ – MUN 3-6 LEIN: Leinster pound away at Munster on the hosts’ 5′. But IN COMES THOMAS AHERN WITH A HUGE STEAL! Penalty Munster, and they escape after a serious spell of Leinster pressure. On come Dan Sheehan and Jason Jenkins, meanwhile… 16 minutes ago 8:59PM 53′ – MUN 3-6 LEIN: Leinster get a decent attacking platform outside Munster’s 22′ as Casey’s clearance box kick hangs up in the wind and eventually drifts into touch. He produces a lovely offload to set Luke McGrath clear. McGrath pins the ears back and charges towards the corner but Zebo comes out of nowhere to tackle him from behind and force the knock-on. Superb defensive work by the Munster fullback. And to top it all off, Munster win a penalty at the scrum. 8:06PM Tense, tight game in sopping weather and significant wind. Leinster’s smarts at the breakdown — and two swings of Harry Byrne’s right boot – the only points of difference so far. Munster have seemingly settled in the scrum but haven’t yet been able to get much going in terms of attack. A let-off for Leinster and a big missed opportunity for Munster to get off the mark. 33 minutes ago 8:42PM Second half 41′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: Jack Crowley gets us back underway. Munster aren’t back to full complement yet — Craig Casey will be on for next play. Leinster clear and Calvin Nash makes a nice half-break down the right. Munster win a penalty advantage outside the Leinster 22′. They move the ball well through the forwards and Crowley tries a crossfield kick out to Ahern, but it skims off his fingertips into touch. Jack Crowley kicks Munster into touch inside Leinster’s 22′. Edogbo wins the lineout and Munster set up a maul. It rolls forward for a couple of yards before Casey feeds Nankivell — and the Kiwi makes a huge surge deeper into Leinster territory. Munster attack left and Casey brings Thomond to its feet as he snipes blind — but his foot was in touch before he made a nice gain. Leinster throw-in to the lineout. 7:54PM 15′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: Leinster win a second kickable penalty as Jack O’Donoghue gets isolated just outside his own 22′ and Andrew Porter gets in a perfect jackal position. The medics are on, and Edogbo is going to be carted off. He looks very upset. He’s been so unlucky with injuries, as have Munster in the second row in general. Hopefully it’s not an ACL for Edogbo. We’ll find out during the week, I guess. In the meantime, Thomas Ahern has shifted to lock and the 19-year-old Brian Gleeson comes on in the back row. He’ll play eight, with Jack O’Donoghue shuffling to blindside. 26 minutes ago 8:49PM 47′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: A Luke McGrath clearance from outside his own 22′ goes out on the full. Munster ball and Munster survive a bit of lineout dysfunction. A botched call, but Leinster knock on in their attempt to steal. So, a scrum now, instead, for Munster outside the Leinster 22′. Ben Brady / INPHO Ben Brady / INPHO / INPHO 8:01PM 20′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: Dave Kilcoyne is off for a HIA, replaced by Jeremy Loughman. Leinster clear off their own lineout and Shane Daly makes a really uncharacteristic drop. The conditions are atrocious but Daly will be fuming with himself, he took his eye off that one. 7:59PM 18′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: Leinster are giving Munster serious trouble at the breakdown — but they concede a penalty on halfway as Rónan Kelleher attempts a poach from what Andrew Brace deems to be an offside position. I don’t think we’re going to see Dave Kilcoyne again, by the way. Worth noting that Munster have already had to use two of their front-row replacements early in the game. 55 minutes ago 8:20PM 33′ – MUN 0-6 LEIN: LEINSTER ROLLING TOWARDS THE LINE! In come the backs! But Munster make an unbelievable stop! Jack Crowley was even in there! And they win a scrum as the ball goes to ground and becomes unplayable. Crowley himself feeds the scrum in Casey’s absence, and he’ll stand in at nine in general for the next eight minutes or so. He clears with a box kick and back come Leinster into Munster real estate. Leinster did not take long to reply, however, and after the opening score and after a long period of possession Munster's defence slipped letting Jason Jenkins in under the posts for their first score. Frawley made no mistake with the conversion levelling the sides at 7-7 after 10 minutes of play. Munster had plenty of chances to regain the lead in the opening half, but a quick line-out in the corner off a penalty for Leinster saw Lee Barron score with Ciarán Frawley this time unable to convert. Straight off the re-start, a misplaced pass from Simon Zebo was intercepted by Leinster winger, Tommy O'Brien who flew down the pitch to score underneath the posts and push their lead out to 19-7 after 30 minutes. Live Stream | Munster Men v Leinster Men On Access 30 Aug 2023 — The men's game at Musgrave Park will be available to watch on Access Munster. Inpho. We are pleased to confirm that the Munster Rugby men's ...


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