Waterford’s Jack O’Donoghue is said to be progressing well having sustained a minor ankle injury in Munster’s last outing against Dragons.
The squad return to training tomorrow ahead of the Guinness PRO14 clash in Zebre on Sunday, November 26th.
Incoming Head Coach Johann van Graan takes the reins next week ahead of the Zebre match and his first home game in charge sees the Ospreys visit Irish Independent Park on Saturday, December 2nd.
Seven Munster players featured for Ireland in the record win over South Africa on Saturday with Andrew Conway scoring his first international try as Darren Sweetnam made his Ireland debut. Peter O’Mahony, CJ Stander, Conor Murray and Conway all started the clash with John Ryan, Dave Kilcoyne and Sweetnam featuring off the bench.