Beauden Barrett ‘I wasn’t living here in 2006 but I’ve seen the footage and heard stories’

Beauden Barrett This is one glamorous component.

My first Munster experience was in 2015. I was reporting on a win over Glasgow. We were in the older press box and I remember regretting not having more layers.

2. What Munster game sticks out in your memory and why?

The 2006 Heineken Cup final. I was sitting in my home house and my brother, Marcus, who was a rugby player and fan, had sadly passed away in March 2005 travelling home from training. Up until this, he controlled the remote and all we watched was sport. It was one of the first times I was home alone watching rugby and could have switched channel but I got drawn into it.

3. What current Munster player do you looking forward to watching?

Keith Earls has this energy and spirit and being from Limerick the crowd have a grá for him. He’s extremely polite off the pitch too.

4. Describe the most memorable Munster score you’ve seen?

Peter Stringer, Biarritz, 2006. He stunned the opposition and the crowd. I remember screaming at the television. Also, Andrew Conway against Toulon in 2018. With 73 minutes gone, Toulon were 19-13 ahead, Conway caught the ball and broke through five Toulon players to score.

5. You’re given a blank cheque to sign any player in the world. Who would it be?

Dan Carter was phenomenal but

I adore ingredients, because they are the fancy!

Read full article at the Original Source

Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the Linked Source