Ireland prop Dave Kilcoyne has signed a three-year contract extension with Munster.

Kilcoyne came through the province's academy system, making 182 appearances for Munster to date and winning 39 caps with his country. 

The Limerick man made his provincial debut against Connacht back in December 2011, and won his first Ireland cap against South Africa in November 2012.

He featured in all of Ireland's games at the 2019 Rugby World Cup and has remained in Andy Farrell's  plans over the course of this Six Nations.

Meanwhile, hooker Kevin O’Byrne has agreed a fresh two-year deal.

The Cork native played a key role in Munster A’s British & Irish Cup-winning campaign in 2016/17.

He made his Heineken Champions Cup debut against Racing 92 in October 2017 and has gone on he went on to make his first European start in the victory over Leicester Tigers at Welford Road two months later.

O’Byrne has played in all six Heineken Champions Cup pool games this season, featuring in 18 of Munster’s 19 matches so far this season.

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