On a regular basis about 10 thousand but there are of cousres TV supporters who cannot get to the grounds
Rugby...how many countries have a professional handball team?
there are 6 counties in Munster
around 320 mil worldwide (abot 5% of the worlds population)
The three crowns on the Munster flag relate to the three ancient Munster kingdoms of Thomond, Desmond and Ormond. There were many kings of Munster.
No. Rugby, unlike soccer encourages mixed supporter games. Rugby is one of the few sports where you will NOT see issues in the supporter stands . Rugby supporters are some of the best behaved across the world of sport and the game prides itself on supporters who enjoy the banter between the 2 sides many who then will socialise after that game.
At the end of the 2011 Championships, they have 75 Senior titles in Munster.
Ther are no specific statistics on this type of questions but you could make it to plus 20 thousand plus as there are supporters who attend games and those who are followers of the game and this club via TV matches
there are 6 counties in Munster - Cork, Tipperary, Waterford, Clare, Limerick and Kerry
You can count on at least four million (the remaining white community) plus one (Nelson Mandela) - the problem arises in attempting to estimate how many 'coloureds' and 'blacks' have any interest in the apartheid-stained game of rugby.
There are six counties in the Irish province Munster: Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Clare, Waterford and Tipperary.
its purley a matter of personal preference. Many rugby player/supporters feel that the game IS the better of the two when compared to football (soccer) as the game has a history of discipline. It was once said of the two games "Football is a gentlemans game played by thugs where Rugby is a thugs game played by gentlemen" You will never see a group of rugby players surrounding a referee, swearing, being openly aggressive and pushing officials about yet its a week event in soccer. Also look at soccer matches and you will see police officers marshelling the supporters, supporters segregated around the groud and kept apart pre and post match time. In rugby You have stewards with mixed stands filled with banter filled supporters singing supportive songs which contain no foul language - pre and post matches see supporters mixing, even when alchohol is present and the only fighting seen is to the bar for the next pint of beer.