Did you see a Munster player today?

Did you see a Munster player today?
Picture from Twitter

A team-building exercise that started this morning and continues until tomorrow evening saw six groups of Munster players undertake tasks throughout the province.

Following on from a similar event last year the six groups were dropped off at different locations in Clare, Cork, Tipperary and Waterford.

They all have to reach Dingle in Co Kerry by 5pm tomorrow evening with exercises and challenges to complete along the way.

They have been accompanied by fans throughout the day as they completed their tasks, with the sun playing its part to bring the crowds out.

More details on the groups and their routes can be found at munsterrugby.ie

Or you can follow all the action on Twitter using #MunRace14

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