All-Ireland senior camogie champions Cork will be guests of honour for Munster's PRO 14 clash with Ospreys on Friday evening.
Paudie Murray's squad and management team, along with the O'Duffy Cup, are set to be presented to the crowd during half-time of Munster's first game of the new season at Irish Independent Park.
There will be a real GAA flavour on the night as recently retired Kerry legend Kieran Donaghy, who is Business Development Manager at PST Sport - a leading installer of artificial grass pitches, will be live pitchside to talk through the science of the new playing surface at the Cork grounds.
Guests of honour! 🏆— Munster Rugby (@Munsterrugby) September 12, 2018
We will be delighted to welcome players and coaches of All Ireland champions @CorkCamogie to Irish Independent Park on Friday night!
The squad and the O'Duffy Cup will be presented to the crowd at half-time of #MUNvOSP. #SUAF 🔴 pic.twitter.com/SKdzlutaEN
Last September Galway hurlers were introduced to the crowd for Connacht's PRO 14 tie with Southern Kings at The Sportsground where they were giving a rousing reception.
There are currently no plans to have new All-Ireland hurling champions Limerick and the Liam MacCarthy Cup at Thomond Park which hosts the majority of Munster's home fixtures.