Keith Earls commits his future Munster

Keith Earls commits his future Munster

Keith Earls has committed his future to Munster.

The Limerick winger has agreed a new two contract with the IRFU.

The new deal will keep Ireland's record World Cup try scorer at his Province until 2021.

Earls says it would be hard to see himself playing anywhere else.

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