Ian Keatley's six penalties secures victory over Newport Gwent Dragons to strengthen Munster's position at the top of the Pro12 table.
Munster move back to the top of the Pro12 with a bonus point win over Cardiff Blues at the Arms Park.
Irish international second row Donnacha O'Callaghan agrees a new two-year contract to remain with Munster until June 2016.
Munster return to the top of the RaboDirect Pro12 table after edging a tight encounter with Ospreys at Thomond Park.
Glasgow Warriors scrum-half Niko Matawalu is found not guilty of biting Munster's Donncha O'Callaghan.
Scrum-halves Niko Matawalu and Conor Murray face a hearing after Munster's victory over Glasgow Warriors.
JJ Hanrahan scores all Munster's points as they come from behind to displace Glasgow at the top of the Pro12 table.
Gloucester put up a brave fight for an hour before two-time champions Munster finally pull clear at Thomond Park.
Munster wing Simon Zebo will miss Ireland's three November internationals after cracking a bone in one of his feet.
Captain Greig Laidlaw says Edinburgh have answered their critics with a 29-23 Heineken Cup win over Munster.
Matt Scott and Tim Visser score tries and Greig Laidlaw kicks 19 points as Edinburgh stun Munster in the Heineken Cup.
Keith Earls scores the only try as Munster move into second place in the Pro12 table by beating Irish rivals Leinster.
Paul O'Connell returns to action as Munster bounce back from last week's defeat by Treviso by beating the Dragons at Musgrave Park.
Munster slip to second spot in the Pro12 table after Friday night's surprise 29-19 defeat by Treviso in Italy.
Munster's emerging flanker Tommy O'Donnell could be ruled out for up to 12 weeks because of a knee injury.
Munster deny Zebre a first ever Pro12 win after fighting back to secure a 43-21 bonus-point victory in Italy.
Munster secure a bonus-point win over an under-strength Edinburgh in the Pro12 opener at Musgrave Park.
South African wing Gerhard van den Heever will join Irish side Munster in November on a two-year deal.
Ulster look to have avoided the toughest pools in next season's Heineken Cup but will still face a difficult task.
Newcastle Falcons sign centre Danny Barnes from Pro12 side Munster on a two-year contract.