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Supporting the Squad Open Day

16th April 2009 By Munster Rugby

The threatening rain held off and Thomond Park was awash with Munster Supporters as they turned up in numbers to meet their heros in Thomond Park on Wednesday morning.

The threatening rain held off and Thomond Park was awash with Munster Supporters as they turned up in numbers to meet their heros in Thomond Park on Wednesday morning.

Munster Supporters were treated to an open squad training session yesterday in Limerick and more than three thousand people availed of the opportunity to get a first hand viewing of the players at work.

The day was a great success with the terraces filled with fans all around the stadium as they cheered on the players when they ran out to take part in the two hour session. Fans were treated to player interviews when Media Manager Pat Geraghty interviewed Captain Paul O’Connell and Ronan O’Gara pitchside, and they thanked the fans for their ongoing support and best wishes.

Excitement levels rose when the players went around the stadium afterwards signing autographs and chatting with the supporters.

Check out the pictures from the Thomond Park training session below. Images Morgan Treacy/Inpho

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Ronan O’Gara receives a warm welcome

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Alan Quinlan in training

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David Wallace and Jeremy Manning

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Tomás O’Leary gets the backline going

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Doug Howlett ready for impact

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Paul Warwick in action

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Mafi happy with his hair-do

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Back to work!

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Donnacha Ryan robs the ball on Paul O’Connell

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Scrumhalves assume the position

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Ronan O’Gara, David Wallace and Paul O’Connell in good form

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Alan Quinlan starts signing autographs

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Doug Howlett happy to meet the fans

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David Wallace on a supporter’s level

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Family support – Gerard, John, Fionn and Aine O’Tiarnaigh line up to meet the players

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Ronan O’Gara meets the fans

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Peter Stinger in demand

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