Munster Sign Lock On Three-Month Deal From Premiership Side
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Much needed reinforcements.
Munster have added to their much depleted second-row with the signing of Irishman Mark Flanagan from European champions Saracens on a three-month loan deal.
The former Leinster players had spells with Mont-de-Marsan in the French PRO D2 and Bedford Blues in the English Championship before joining Saracens last season, making 11 appearances for them in the Aviva Premiership.
The 28-year-old Westmeath native will link up with the squad early next week. The 6′ 7″ lock is also the cousin of Leinster and Ireland star Devin Toner.