Munster’s Semi-Final With Ospreys Just Got A Whole Lot Tougher
This is going to be an absolute cracker.
Munster’s PRO12 semi-final clash with Ospreys just got a whole lot tougher with the news that British & Irish Lions lock Alun Wyn Jones is fit and ready for the tie.
The Wales captain has been missing for the region since he suffered a shoulder injury whilst playing for his national side against France in the Six Nations. But according to BBC Sport, the lock is available for the Ospreys for their PRO12 play-off semi-final with Munster at Thomond Park.
“As a player himself he’s another galvanising force,” said Ospreys backs coach Gruff Rees.
“In our carrying game, in our physicality and in the contact area he applies himself there, and brings others to the fore in that area.”
Munster host Ospreys at Thomond Park on Saturday.
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