Johne

Joh·ne

(yō'nĕ),
H. Albert, German physician, 1839-1910. See: johnin, Johne disease.
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Munster outscored the home side three tries to two with Johne Murphy, Paddy Butler (above) and BJ Botha all on the mark to carve out the narrowest of victories.
Tries from Johne Murphy and Tom Croft had pushed Leicester 23-9 ahead, but Toby Flood offered Quins a route back with a series of mistakes.
O'Gara, Lifeimi Mafi and Johne Murphy came back in, as did John Hayes, David Wallace and Donncha O'Callaghan.
According to Johne Albanese, Bassett's vice president of marketing development, the openings bring the Bassett Direct Plus store count to six.
A hat-trick from Scott Hamiltonas well as tries from Johne Murphy, Tom Croft, Lucas Amorosino and a penalty tryhanded the Tigers victory.
However, 55-cap Shane Horgan leads opponents boasting Isaac Boss and Tommy Bowe in the backline as well as Luke Fitzgerald and Johne Murphy.
Conway forms part of an experienced back three that also includes Denis Hurley and Johne Murphy.
JOHNE MURPHY believes today's must-win clash with Toulon is tailor-made for another Munster miracle.
Backs: Isaac Boss,Tommy Bowe, Gordon D'Arcy, Ian Dowling, Keith Earls, Shane Horgan, Dennis Hurley, Dennis Hurley, Robert Kearney, Fergus McFadden, Johne Murphy, Brian O'Driscoll, Ronan O'Gara,Tomas O'Leary, Eoin Reddan, Jonathan Sexton, Peter Stringer, Andrew Trimble, Paddy Wallace.
MAP is the causative agent of Johne disease, a chronic granulomatous ileitis occurring mainly in ruminants (4).
Man-of-the-match James Coughlan and Johne Murphy touched down in a first half which ended 12-6 in Munster's favour, with Edinburgh flanker Cornell du Preez seeing yellow in injurytime.
Johne Murphy finished well after Parling had cut the line, with Ward once again trailing, before Flood grabbed a score of his own as the visitors profited from a rangy bomb.