Munster Rugby is on course to break even next year after announcing at last night’s AGM in Tralee that the province expects to maintain its cash-flow deficit under €1m for the year ending June 30, 2019. “We’re now in a place where, next year, we should break even,” said Quinn. “For us as Munster Rugby, we have to get to break-even, simple as that. READ MORE Budget not an issue as Munster close in on ‘next-level’ coach“The IRFU have been fantastically supportive but it’s imperative Munster gets back to a position where we are standing on our own two feet. “So it’s easy for me to say we’re going to break even but if we don’t perform we won’t break even.
Source: Irish Examiner June 13, 2019 10:07 UTC