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Munster Rugby: Preparation and Player Updates Ahead of URC Match

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Salman Khan
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Munster Rugby: Preparation and Player Updates Ahead of URC Match

In the heart of Limerick, the Munster Rugby squad is diligently preparing for their upcoming United Rugby Championship (URC) match against Glasgow Warriors. The team is shaping up at the High Performance Centre at the University of Limerick, with the game scheduled for Friday night at Musgrave Park.

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Updates on Player Conditions

Several players are nursing injuries, with Peter O'Mahony and Jack O'Donoghue being ruled out for the imminent game. Both players suffered injuries in the clash against Stormers - a shoulder injury for O’Mahony and an ankle injury for O’Donoghue. Despite their absence in the upcoming match, the prognosis for their recovery is positive, with their injuries not expected to sideline them for an extended period.

Unfortunately, Jack Daly will face a longer recovery period. After sustaining an ankle injury during training, Daly is due for surgery this week, setting him on a challenging path to recovery.

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New Faces and Continued Rehabilitation

Newly added to the team is Oli Jager, a prop who has recently joined from New Zealand. Jager's availability for the weekend match remains a decision for later in the week. Meanwhile, South African double World Cup winner RG Snyman continues his rehabilitation post-surgery. Snyman underwent a procedure for a chest/shoulder injury and is steadily working towards his return to the field.

Looking Ahead: URC and Champions Cup Games

Munster Rugby has a packed schedule with both URC and Champions Cup games on the horizon. Rugby fans can look forward to these exhilarating matches, with tickets readily available for purchase. In addition to match updates, Munster Rugby also offers a weekly newsletter for avid followers, keeping them abreast of all team news and updates. For more information, fans can reach out to the club through their listed contact details, and also review their cookie policies on the official website.

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