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Pro12 final: Munster 22-46 Scarlets - BBC Sport

Scarlets won the Pro12 title for the first time since 2004 as they produced a brilliant display to defeat Munster in the Dublin decider. The Welsh side surged clear with tries from Liam Williams, Steff Evans, Gareth Davies and Tadhg Beirne. Tyler ...and more »

The Left Wing - Luke Fitzgerald expects Munster to master the conditions and deliver PRO12 glory for Anthony Foley - Irish Independent

Munster can clinch their first silverware since 2011 when they face the Scarlets this evening in the Guinness PRO12 final (6.15pm) at the Aviva Stadium and Luke Fitzgerald is confident they can do just that. Speaking at pitchside ahead of the game for ...and more »

Munster and Scarlets name unchanged sides for Pro 12 decider - Irish Times

Munster and Scarlets have both named unchanged starting line-ups for Saturday's Guinness Pro 12 final at the Aviva stadium (6.15pm). Munster director of rugby Rassie Erasmus keeps faith with the matchday 23 that defeated Ospreys for a tilt at another ...and more »

Scarlets put on brilliant display to defeat Munster and take Pro12 title - The Independent

Six-try Scarlets swept Munster's meek challenge aside to win a one-sided Guinness PRO12 final 46-22 at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Wayne Pivac's men captured the Welsh region's second PRO12 title - and first since 2004 - as their devastatingly potent ...and more »

Rassie Erasmus: 'Maybe this was just a step too far' for Munster - Irish Times

This was shaping into a fantastic season for Irish rugby. Then came a weekend in April when Saracens strangled Munster into submission before Clermont electrocuted Leinster. No worries. Champions Cup semi-finals are decent returns so long as the Pro 12 ...and more »

Munster gobbled up and spat out by breathtaking Scarlets - Irish Times

Scarlets 46 Munster 22. This was not the final that had been anticipated, in any way, shape or form. But not alone did Scarlets poop Leinster's party last week, they thoroughly filleted Munster's defence with a vibrant display that all but secured the ...and more »

'Suck it up and start again' - Erasmus rallies Munster troops - RTE.ie

Rassie Erasmus said Munster will "suck it up and start all over again" after their heavy Pro12 final defeat to Scarlets on Saturday evening. The Welsh outfit blew the province out of the water in Dublin, scorching over for four tries in the first half ...and more »

Now prop Rob Evans drops out of Wales tour with injury as withdrawals for summer Tests mount up - WalesOnline

Rob Evans will miss Wales' south seas tour next month due to a broken finger. The Scarlets prop battled through Saturday's Guinness PRO12 final against Munster at Dublin's Aviva Stadium with his finger strapped up. But the decision had been taken ...and more »

Furlong keen to see Munster finish job - RTE.ie

He'd rather be preparing for a Guinness Pro12 final himself but Leinster prop Tadhg Furlong is hoping his Munster counterparts will lift the trophy this evening. Rassie Erasmus' side take on Scarlets, who beat Furlong's Leinster side in last weekend's ...and more »

'Grav' would have relished seeing these swashbuckling Scarlets prove themselves the most worthy of champions - WalesOnline

On the feast day of St Bernard, patron saint of mountaineers, Scarlets players and coaches could have been forgiven a touch of vertigo as they woke up in their Dublin hotel beds with their team looking down upon the rest at the end of a season for the ...and more »