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Nickname: The Cookies
Ground: Tom Clifford Park
Young Munster was founded in 1895 and plays its games at Tom Clifford Park in Rosbrien, Limerick. In 1928 The Cookies became the first Limerick based club to win the All-Ireland Cup – at that time known as The Bateman Cup. The club song “Beautiful Munsters” celebrates this victory
In 1993 Young Munster won their first ever All Ireland League in 1992-93, beating St Mary's College at Lansdowne Road in front a crowd of 20,000 – a record attendance for a club game. The club have also won the Munster Senior Rugby Cup seven times.
Famous former players include the great Paul O'Connell one of Ireland's most-capped player having represented his country over 100 times. O'Connell has captained Munster, Ireland and the British & Irish Lions.