Munster’s new home grown coaching team:  Scrum coach Jerry Flannery, assistant coach (attacking/backs) Brian Walsh, head coach Anthony Foley, technical advisor/ Munster A head coach Mick O’Driscoll and assistant coach (skills and defence) Ian Costello. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Munster rarely do dull, but this season may be more interesting than usual. Not only has Anthony Foley been promoted to head coach, he has assembled a(...)

Ireland scrummaging coach Greg Feek gives a lesson in scrummaging to journalists at the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Editor leaves voicemail Monday afternoon. Greg Feek is giving a scrum clinic at the Aviva stadium tomorrow. Go do a colour piece about being a prop. M(...)

 Anthony Foley. Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

An all-Munster born and bred coaching group was confirmed last night but not all of them hail from Limerick as Brian Walsh and Mick O’Driscoll bring a(...)

Incoming  Munster coach  Anthony Foley will be assisted by Mick O’Driscoll, Brian Walsh, Ian Costello and Jerry Flannery. Photograph: Dan Sheridan / Inpho

Munster have confirmed Brian Walsh, Ian Costello and Jerry Flannery as the latest members of Anthony Foley’s management team ahead of the 2014/15 seas(...)

Simon Zebo gets a GPS unit inserted in the pouch in his training jersey

The game is whistled to a stop. All eyes are on the referee as he asks the TMO to replay an incident on the stadium’s big screen. A team analyst conti(...)

Rory Best training with the Irish squad at Carton House. The hooker has rediscovered his best form for Ulster since the new season began. Photo: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

It’s possibly been the most redemptive story of the season so far. Maybe you had to be on the Lions tour to appreciate Rory Best’s pain. It’s doubtful(...)

Shane Horgan scores against Munster in the Celtic League final in 2011. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Munster and Leinster matches have always had an edge, but the advent of the professional era and a couple of Heineken Cup semi-final clashes sh(...)

Munster's Tommy O'Donnell is tackled by Harlequins' Danny Care and Nick Easter. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

The posturing of the English Premiership clubs and their voluble spokesperson Mark McCafferty won’t go away, and hence, nor will the very real (...)