The home side went ahead courtesy of a 25th minute Ludik try but from that moment on they couldn’t turn possession and territory into any more points while Ian Keatley found the composure to land a second half drop goal to snatch back the lead. A couple of late Paddy Jackson penalties missed the target and that was that; a much-needed interpro triumph for Munster to start 2016. Just 3 points separate all four Irish provinces in the top 6.
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