Munster Could Be Set For Another Special International Clash At Thomond Park
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Bring it on.
Munster haven’t just welcomed some of rugby’s biggest international teams to Thomond Park over the years, they’ve managed to beat them there too.
From Australia to New Zealand, some of the world’s very best have come to Limerick only to be conquered by the mighty men in red. Most recently it was the Maori All Blacks who came and tasted defeat at the famous stadium.
Having beaten the All Blacks and the Wallabies, Munster could be set for an opportunity to complete a southern hemisphere trinity, with former boss Rassie Erasmus trying to organise a clash with the Springboks, likely in November of this year while they’re on their northern tour.
Despite trying to poach half of Munster’s backroom team, the province remain on good terms with the new boss of South Africa rugby, who’s the driving force behind the fixture, according to a report in The Irish Independent today.
Sounds like a plan. Now lets make it happen.