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Hooker Mike Sherry and prop Jeremy Loughman have both signed contract extensions with Munster while Garryowen captain and scrum-half Neil Cronin will join the province next season.
Munster Rugby have announced that Dave O’Callaghan, Brian Scott and Ciaran Parker are the latest trio to sign contract extensions with the club
Munster have been rocked with news that Simon Zebo is to leave the club at the end of the season.
An important new signing for Munster Rugby just confirmed. As we reported here on 21st July, Munster have been scouring the globe for new acquisitions.
Munster look set to bolster their second-row options ahead of the new season by securing the services of 22-year-old South African, Jean Kleyn.
With the new season now less than six weeks away, Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster have all but completed their work in the transfer market, with some notable names on the move.
Leicester Tigers have swooped to secure the services of Ben Betts after the Ireland Under-20 prop was discarded by Munster.
Munster have confirmed that another five players will be departing the province. It was already known that Paul O’Connell, Paddy Butler, JJ Hanrahan, Alan Cotter and Sean Dougall would be leaving, while Damien Varley retired.
Glasgow Warriors have secured Munster centre James Downey on a two-year contract, subject to a medical.
Rugby transfer News - Leinster Rugby have this morning announced the signing of Australian lock Kane Douglas from the NSW Waratahs who will join Leinster once his Australian Rugby Union contract expires later in the year.
Leinster Rugby are no closer to finding a replacement for Irish centre Brian O'Driscoll with O'Connor alluding to attracting a high profile player from the Southern Hemisphere with the World Cup next year, with a replacement for scrum-coach Greg Feek also in the pipeline.
While Leinster rugby are expected to name Australian lock Kane Douglas as a new transfer signing this week, Head Coach Matt O'Connor stated the Waratahs player fits the profile as successor to Leo Cullen but a deal has yet to be done.