Munster Rugby has plans in motion to develop the future of the game in the region.
The province has confirmed its plans to build a new state-of-the-art centre of excellence in County Limerick.
Munster Rugby have submitted a planning application to @LimerickCouncil for the development of a new sports facility in Rosbrien.
It would be primarily for our underage and development teams & the surrounding community with clubs, schools & community groups to benefit.#SUAF 🔴
— Munster Rugby (@Munsterrugby) March 15, 2023
Rosbrien is the desired location, with a planning application for the facility officially submitted to Limerick City and County Council.
Under the plans, there are hopes for an indoor full-size pitch. Furthermore, there will be an artificial pitch located outside the premises.
In a Twitter post announcing the development, Munster highlighted their intentions: "It would be primarily for our underage and development teams & the surrounding community with clubs, schools & community groups to benefit."
Developments of this nature will only enhance the already formidable rugby structure in the Country.
The International side is ranked as the number-one team in the world. While the under-20s are on track for a second successive Grand Slam success.
With the continued investment of facilities into the youth sector of the sport, hopes remain for a continuation of the strength in the game.
The senior men's side progress toward a final Six Nations meeting with England on Saturday. With hopes of obtaining a home Grand Slam for the first time.
Another day closer! 💪#TeamOfUs | #GuinnessSixNations pic.twitter.com/p568r1T1wv
— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) March 15, 2023