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Wednesday 22 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# tyler

All time
# resilience
'He's incredibly intelligent' - Bleyendaal primed to guide Munster from 10
The 28-year-old New Zealand native has been through a torrid time with injuries.
# Composed
'Tyler did brilliantly' - Bleyendaal steps up after Carbery injury in Edinburgh
The 28-year-old slotted a crucial conversion after Keith Earls’ second try.
# starter for 10
Bleyendaal itching for action with Munster
‘I’ve done a lot of travelling for very little action.’
# On Tour
Bleyendaal among Munster's playing squad for South African trip
Ireland squad members Sam Arnold and John Ryan will also be with their province.
# half-back
Bleyendaal set for return from neck injury in Munster A clash with Leinster
The former Crusader is on the bench for tomorrow’s meeting in Donnybrook.
# tyler
Brilliant Bleyendaal typifies Munster attitude in most tragic season
‘As a rugby team, we had the responsibility and privilege to galvanise the town.’
# tyler and beaker
The story of how this little boy became best friends with a duck is adorable
Little Tyler and Beaker.
# tyler
Foley picks Bleyendaal at 10 for Munster's clash with Grenoble
The former Crusaders playmaker partners Cathal Sheridan in the halfbacks.
# tyler
'He lives and breathes it' - Munster impressed with Kiwi signing Bleyendaal
The province were forced to bide their time to see the Kiwi playmaker in action.
# Debut
Munster's Kiwi import will make his first appearance for the province tomorrow
Tyler Bleyendaal has been passed fit to start for the province’s ‘A’ team.
# notions
Posh woman's rant about kids' names causes meltdown on morning telly
Are you ready for your dose of early morning rage?
# Baby Names
Looking more like Alfie: Top baby names of 2010
Jack and Sophie top name list for last year’s newborns – but Tyler, Sebastian, Alfie and Daithi creep into top 100.