Three Red Kings is a Munster Rugby fansite that launched in 2015 and we’ve been providing an alternative look at Munster Rugby ever since. The main writers who contribute to Three Red Kings are all Munster fans first and foremost.

This is not an official product of Munster Rugby or the IRFU. None of the views expressed here have anything to do with Munster’s management or staff in any way, shape, or form.

We believe in providing an alternative view regarding Munster and Irish Rugby to that which you will find in the national media and other sites. Ultimately, we want to provide an outlet for Munster fans to read about their province in a genuine, honest, intelligent, and partial way. This is a site for Munster fans and every post should be viewed in that light.

We do not claim to be representative of Munster supporters or provide any kind of consensus on behalf of Munster supporters. Not only do we not have a mandate to do so, we don’t want one, nor will we ever seek one.

We aim to provide intelligent, funny, honest commentary on everything Munster and we wholly reject knee-jerk negativity, click bait, rumour peddling for the sake of traffic, and forum skimming for content.

Anything you read on Three Red Kings will be the truth as we’ve heard it officially, or seen it. We run a strict NO SCOOPS policy and you’ll never see a listicle, a “controversial for clicks” combined XV, or an [INSERT COACH HERE] OUT rant. We’ll leave that guff for others.

We also have an open-door policy for contributions. You don’t have to be a regular visitor to Thomond Park or Musgrave Park for the last 20 years, or be able to name off the starting XV from a 1998 European Cup game to write for us. All we require is that your writing be smart, Munster focused, and not an angry “TAKE HIM OFF” rant sent 2 hours after a loss. Save that shit for your Facebook page. Remember, we’re Munster fans, not Anti-Leinster fans, so keep any wind-up pieces about other provinces to yourself.

Remember the tagline – this is a site for Munster fans, by Munster fans. And it always will be. #SUAF

Tom Savage

Editor
Three Red Kings