MUNSTER are one of the leading rugby clubs in Europe and tomorrow night’s match in Cork against their ‘A’ team will be one of our biggest tests of the season.

There are still a number of players, including me, who are in a conditioning block and I won’t be travelling to Cork.

But I will be wishing Jean Baptiste-Bruzulier and the lads well in their bid to qualify for the knockout stages of the British and Irish Cup.

Two of my good friends are at Munster, one of whom I went to school with, and I know how tough the task will be for us. But I know how well the lads in our camp have been playing and training and they should not be daunted by the challenge.

We have already beaten Munster this season and I know we can do it again.

Looking back at Saturday’s 31-12 win against Moseley, Tiff Eden did well for us.

He defended extremely well and made some important decisions during the game.

It’s easy to forget that Tiff is only 20 so he’s still young and learning the game.

He’s working hard in training to improve and showed excellent reading of the game against Moseley.

It was pleasing to watch Tiff race down the field to score his interception try.

Had he not made the interception, Moseley would have been in for a certain score.

In the first-half, we played particularly well but did not go through four phases of play many times and didn’t reach seven at all.

Dean Hammond showed plenty of pace and Alex Grove was excellent in the centre and seemed to really enjoy himself on the pitch.

It was disappointing that prop Joe Rees had to come off near the end and the match finished with uncontested scrums. It was a shame as we work hard at the scrum and regard it as one of our biggest weapons.

Sam Vesty has taken over the coaching for the cup and he comes at it with a nice, fresh approach. You can see the boys enjoy his methods by the way they play.

I want to thank all the fans who supported our Movember project and put money into our collection buckets.

We raised a very good sum of money for the charities which tackle men’s cancers.

I was among those who grew a moustache to raise the profile of the project and well done to Heath Stevens and James Stephenson who co-ordinated our project.

As a big cricket fan, I want to offer my condolences to the family of Phil Hughes, whose funeral took place in Australia yesterday, and his friends in Worcestershire.

The warmth shown towards him on social media has been incredible. He will never be forgotten.