DONAL LENIHAN: Bragging rights secured but not much more for Munster to shout about

Let’s put this game into context, writes Donal Lenihan.

Leinster arrived in Limerick 16 points ahead of their nearest Guinness PRO14 Conference B rival, Ulster, with a game in hand.

Munster started the day parked in third spot in Conference A, a point behind near neighbors Connacht and six behind Glasgow. Munster simply had to win at Thomond Park.

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