Harlequins will face Stade Francais Paris at the Cardiff City Stadium on Friday, 20 May in the final of the Amlin Challenge Cup after becoming only the third team in European history to beat Munster at home.

Following in the footsteps of Cardiff in 1997 and Leicester Tigers in 2007, both in the Heineken Cup, Harlequins marched into their third Amlin Challenge Cup final after winning at Thomond Park, Limerick.

AMLIN CHALLENGE CUP FINAL

CARDIFF CITY STADIUM – FRIDAY, 20 MAY

19.45 Harlequins v Stade Francais Paris

Tickets for the finals of both the Heineken Cup final and Amlin Challenge Cup are available from:

Ticketmaster - http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk or call:

UK- 0844 847 1530

Republic of Ireland- 0818 220 813

International – 0044 208 616 5111 (please note that this number will not be available to UK customers).

Ticketline - http://www.ticketlineuk.com or call +44 2920 230130

Also at Ticketline UK Ltd, 47 Westgate Street, Cardiff

AMLIN CHALLENGE CUP ONLY

Cardiff City Stadium – +44 845 345 1400 and Ticket Office, Cardiff City Stadium Leckwith Road, Cardiff

Semi-Final details:

Munster12 Harlequins 20
HT: 7-14 Attendance: 24,907

Munster: F Jones; D Howlett, L Mafi, P Warwick (S Tuitupou 41), K Earls (J Murphy 64); R O’Gara [capt], C Murray (P Stringer 57); W du Preez (M Horan 57), D Varley (M Sherry 74), T Buckley (J Hayes 41), D O’Callaghan (D Ryan 68), M O’Driscoll (P O’Connell 41), D Leamy, D Wallace, J Coughlan
Scorers: Tries: D Howlett, F Jones; Con: R O’Gara
Yellow Card: D O’Callaghan (46)

Harlequins: M Brown; G Camacho, G Lowe, J Turner-Hall, U Monye; N Evans (R Clegg 41), D Care; J Marler (C Jones 66), J Gray, J Johnston, O Kohn (T Vallejos 73), G Robson, M Fa’asavalu, C Robshaw [capt], N Easter
Scorers: Tries: D Care, G Robson; Cons: D Care, N Evans; Pens: R Clegg 2
Yellow Cards: N Easter (2), (70) = Red Card: (70)
Man of the Match: Chris Robshaw (Harlequins)
Referee: Romain Poite (France)

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