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Munster set to lose out on bumper European Cup windfall

Munster go into today’s clash with Welsh club Ospreys with pride and a place in the Heineken Cup semifinal at stake – but with very little money up for grabs, writes Ian Kehoe. While Ospreys will net about €400,000 from the match at Thomond Park, Mun

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Munster go into today’s clash with Welsh club Ospreys with pride and a place in the Heineken Cup semifinal at stake – but with very little money up for grabs, writes Ian Kehoe. While Ospreys will net about €400,000 from the match at Thomond Park, Munster will get half that amount.

The two sides will split gate receipts evenly, but Munster will hand over half of their share to the IRFU, under an...

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