Munster’s South African forward Jason Jenkins will be moving to Leinster at the end of this season, the province has announced.
The lock cum backrow has only played once for Munster this season due to injury but is widely believed to have been signed to add power to Leinster’s secondrow. It is a position that the province could potentially be light in at the end of the current campaign with Jack Dunne and Charlie Ryan likely to leave according to reports, while Devin Toner is out of contract.
Jenkins has been capped by the Springboks and had stints with the Bulls and Toyota Verblitz in Japan before moving to Munster.