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Celtic League Teams: Munster Rugby, Cardiff Blues, Newport Gwent Dragons, Edinburgh Rugby, Leinster Rugby, Scarlets, Glasgow Warriors, Ospr

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Published August 13th 2011
ISBN : 9781157653943
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34 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Munster Rugby, Cardiff Blues, Newport Gwent Dragons, Edinburgh Rugby, Leinster Rugby, Scarlets,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Munster Rugby, Cardiff Blues, Newport Gwent Dragons, Edinburgh Rugby, Leinster Rugby, Scarlets, Glasgow Warriors, Ospreys, Connacht Rugby, Ulster Rugby, Benetton Rugby Treviso, Aironi, Celtic Warriors, Border Reivers. Excerpt: Munster Rugby is an Irish professional rugby union team based in Munster, that competes in the RaboDirect Pro12 and Heineken Cup. The team represents the Irish Rugby Football Union Munster Branch which is one of four primary branches of the IRFU, and is responsible for rugby union in the Irish province of Munster. Their main home ground is Thomond Park, Limerick, though some smaller profile games are played at Musgrave Park, Cork. Munster currently play in an all red home strip, while the away jersey is black and green. The Munster Rugby logo consists of three crowns and a stag. The team motto is To the brave and faithful, nothing is impossible- it is derived from the motto of the MacCarthy clan - Forti et Fideli nihil difficile. Munster is known for its passionate support and games involving Munster hold several Heineken Cup records for highest attendances in every stage of the finals, as well as the highest ever attendance for a rugby game in both Spain and Switzerland. In 2008, Director of Coaching Declan Kidney left to take up the head coach job with Ireland, and Munster ensured continuity by promoting Australian Tony McGahan to the position from within the coaching setup. As of the end of the 2010/11 season, Munster are third in the ERC European Rankings with 29 points, behind Toulouse (2nd, 31 points), and Leinster (1st, 31 points). Munster finally reached the Heineken Cup quarter-finals in 1998/99, after three years of not being able to get out of the group stages. Munsters first appearance in the competitions final was in the season 1999/2000, where they lost by one point to Nort...