Munster boss Rassie Erasmus focuses on growth despite record loss in Guinness Pro12 - The Irish Sun

RASSIE ERASMUS admitted that last night's thumping by Scarlets was a bit of a reality check for Munster. Erasmus watched his team suffer a record PRO12 final defeat as Welsh outfit Scarlets scored six tries to win comfortably by 24 points. Munster ...

Rassie Erasmus says Munster can have no excuses after Scarlets defeat - Irish Mirror

The province lost 46-22 to the rampant Scarlets at the Aviva Stadium this evening, conceding six tries in the process. Share. ByMichael Scully. 22:19, 27 MAY 2017; Updated 22:23, 27 MAY 2017. Sport. Munster's director of rugby Rassie Erasmus (Photo: ...

Munster 22 - Scarlets 46: John Barclay leads side to glory - The Scotsman

The Scarlets, led by Scotland skipper John Barclay, overcame the odds and the vast majority of supporters at Dublin's Aviva Stadium to register their first title triumph since 2004 when they were the “Llanelli Scarlets”. It was a record score, a record ...

Scarlets beat Munster 46-22 to capture Guinness Pro12 title for the first time since 2004 - Wales Farmer

Former Haverfordwest prop Rob Evans shows his delight afterwards with head coach Wayne Pivac. PICTURE: PA Wire. 0 comments. Get the latest local news straight to your inbox every day. Sign up. IT was an historic night for former Pembrokeshire players ...

Scarlets boss Wayne Pivac insists Wales are capable of copying his side's expansive attacking blueprint - WalesOnline

The West Walians hammered Munster 46-22 in a six-try romp at the Aviva Stadium to secure their first piece of silverware for 13 long years. It was a remarkable performance from a side who have played rugby with a smile on their faces in recent months.

TWEETS: The reaction to Munster's disappointing Pro 12 final loss - Buzz.ie

After defeating Leinster in the semi-finals last week, Scarlets hammered Rassie Erasmus' Munster at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday. The Pro 12 final looked done and dusted after only half an hour as the Welsh side took a commanding 29-3 lead. The final ...

Peter O'Mahony wasn't having any of the final press conference question - SportsJOE.ie

The Munster captain stared dead ahead for the first five minutes of the post-match press briefing as Rassie Erasmus fielded questions. When he finally got a chance to speak, O'Mahony revealed how the Munster squad had urged each other, at half-time, ...

'You can only progress so much in a year. It will only come with time' - The42

Rassie Erasmus knows Munster aren't where they need to be but he's positive they will grow. By Murray Kinsella Saturday 27 May 2017, 10:15 PM. 40 minutes ago 1,161 Views 2 Comments. http://the42.ie/3412729. Share Tweet Email. RASSIE ERASMUS ...

Jake Ball: Scarlets lock out of Wales' two-Test summer tour - BBC Sport

Scarlets second row Jake Ball has been ruled out of Wales' two-Tests against Tonga and Samoa in June because of a shoulder injury. The 25-year-old missed Scarlets' win over Munster in the Pro12 final in Dublin. Prop Samson Lee suffered a knee injury in ...

The epic scenes of celebration inside the Scarlets dressing room after they romped to historic Pro12 title - WalesOnline

The Scarlets claimed their second ever Pro12 title with a stunning 46-22 victory over Munster in Dublin this evening... and you get the impression they're going to enjoy it. Many had them as underdogs heading into the season finale at the Aviva Stadium ...

Munster 22 Scarlets 46: Six-try Welshmen sweep meek challenge aside to win one-sided Pro12 final - Telegraph.co.uk

Two wins in the space of eight days in Dublin have turned the Scarlets from also-rans into Guinness Pro12 champions. They silenced the RDS with their comprehensive semi-final victory over Leinster and they stunned the Munster hordes across the road ...

James Davies won't change who he is to win Wales caps - SkySports

Scarlets flanker James Davies says he does not know what he has to do to make the Wales team, but won't change who he is. Flanker Davies has been outstanding for Scarlets but was the standout omission when Robin McBryde named his squad to face ...

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 ...

'We weren't over-emotional' - Munster boss Rassie Erasmus says PRO12 final was a 'step too far' - Irish Independent

Munster director of rugby Rassie Erasmus during the Guinness PRO12 Final between Munster and Scarlets at 1 Munster director of rugby Rassie Erasmus during the Guinness PRO12 Final between Munster and Scarlets at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

Scarlets scrum-half forced to choose between PRO 12 final against Munster and his stag weekend in Budapest - Irish Independent

Jonathan Evans summed up his dilemma perfectly on social media. The Scarlets replacement scrum-half obviously wasn't expecting his side to stun Leinster in the PRO 12 semi-final because he had organised a pretty big event to coincide with tomorrow's ...

"The Irish Media Gave Us No Chance"- Tadhg Beirne Sums Up Scarlets' Superb Pro 12 Win - Balls.ie

While Saturday's Guinness Pro 12 final ended up being a forgettable one for Munster rugby and indeed the vast majority in attendance at the Aviva Stadium, there was one Irishman who was absolutely beaming after the final whistle. Kildare man Tadhg ...

Brilliant Beirne, Erasmus' big question and more Pro12 final talking points - The42

MUNSTER WERE OUTCLASSED by the Scarlets in a 46-22 defeat in the Guinness Pro12 final at the Aviva Stadium. Read our match report here. Stunning Scarlets. The Welsh side were a joy to watch once again in Dublin, a week after they had dismantled ...

Scarlets win Pro12 title with 46-22 rout of Munster - Eurosport.com

May 27 (Reuters) - Llanelli Scarlets scored six tries as they crushed Munster 46-22 to win their second Pro12 title in a scintillating final at Dublin's Aviva Stadium on Saturday. Lions-bound Wales winger Liam Williams, who also kicked two conversions ...

'They looked nervous' - Luke Fitzgerald and The Left Wing analyse Munster's PRO12 final loss - Irish Independent

The Left Wing's Luke Fitzgerald attributed nerves, making too many mistakes and not holding onto the ball in contact for Munster's PRO12 final loss against the Scarlets on Saturday. Munster's 46-22 loss at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin was the largest ...

Munster Player Ratings: The Irish side were completely... - Newstalk 106-108 fm

The Scarlets won the Guinness PRO12 Championship at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday after they completely outplayed Munster. We rate the Irish side after a disappointing day for them in Dublin: Simon Zebo - 6. Tried to get the red machine going from the ...