Harlequins Beat Munster 20-12 to Reach Final of Rugby’s Challenge Cup

Harlequins defeated Munster 20-12 to move into the final of rugby’s Amlin Challenge Cup for the third time.

George Robson and Danny Care scored tries at Thomond Park in Limerick, Ireland, for Harlequins, which won Europe’s second- tier club competition in 2001 and 2004. Rory Clegg also kicked two penalties after coming on for injured Nick Evans.

London-based Harlequins will face Stade France Paris in the May 20 final in Cardiff. Stade France beat Clermont Auvergne 29-25 yesterday in an all-French semifinal.

Felix Jones and Doug Howlett touched down for Munster, which lost just its second European home match in 16 years.

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