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Published: 12:32 | 18/2/16

Five changes for Munster


The Munster team to face Glasgow Warriors in the Guinness PRO12 shows five changes from the side that lost to Ospreys last time out.

Donnacha Ryan and Tommy O'Donnell return to the Munster fold following their involvement in Ireland's opening two RBS Six Nations games and they have been included in the starting XV.

O'Donnell joins Jack O'Donoghue and Robin Copeland in the back row, while Billy Holland starts alongside Ryan in the second row.

Niall Scannell is named in the front row where he is joined by Dave Kilcoyne and John Ryan.

There are two changes to the backs with Tomás O'Leary joining Ian Keatley in the half-back line and David Johnston named in midfield where he will partner Rory Scannell.

Ronan O'Mahony, Darren Sweetnam and Andrew Conway are retained in the back three.

Munster (XV v Glasgow Warriors): A Conway; D Sweetnam, D Johnston, R Scannell, R O'Mahony; I Keatley, T O'Leary; D Kilcoyne, N Scannell, J Ryan; D Ryan, B Holland, J O'Donoghue, T O'Donnell, R Copeland.

Replacements: M Sherry, J Cronin, M Sagario, D Foley, C Oliver, D Williams, J Holland, C Bohane.


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