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Bottled beer for Trev while Claw warms up for Munster match in traditional style

Shades? Check. Pack of ciggies? Check. Couple of pints? Check. Sun block? Oh.

AN ESTIMATED 7,000 Munster fans have descended on Marseilles, in the south of France, in anticipation of their team’s Heineken Cup semi-final with Toulon.

Two men who arrived early in the seaside town were former Munster legend Peter ‘Claw’ Clohessy and Trevor Brennan, who played Top 14 rugby with Toulouse and now runs a rugby tours company.

The duo lubricated their vocals chords down on the beach yesterday and Claw tweeted this ‘Irishmen abroad’ picture.

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