Munster Rugby and the IRFU have confirmed that Andrew Conway, Billy Holland and Jeremy Loughman have all signed contract extensions with the province.
Conway has signed a three-year deal that will see him remain with Munster Rugby until at least July 2023.
In making 124 appearances for the province, playing on the wing or at full-back, the speedster has produced memorable moments in red. The 28-year-old is Munster’s third highest try scorer of all-time, with 42 tries scored since his debut against Zebre in September 2013.
On the international stage Andrew has made 20 appearances for Ireland, most recently earning his first Six Nations start against Scotland. With an impressive strike-rate he has scored 10 tries in the green jersey and was Ireland’s leading World Cup try-scorer in Japan, scoring in each of his three games.
34-year-old Holland, the most senior squad member with 226 caps, has penned a one-year contract extension.
A leader in every sense, the lock continues to deliver each time he represents the province. In his 13th season of competitive rugby Billy has shown incredible durability and impressive form to be a constant inclusion in weekly team sheets. This season he has captained the side on five occasions, starting 12 of his 14 appearances to-date.
Prop Jeremy Loughman has put pen to paper on a two-year deal that will see him remain with the province until at least June 2022.
From Athy, the 24-year-old made his Munster debut in January 2018 and has lined out in red on 36 occasions. In November he produced a try-scoring man of the match performance against Ospreys on his first Champions Cup start.