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Anthony Foley's two sons join Munster squad on pitch for emotional rendition of 'Stand Up and Fight'

The southern province earned a bonus-point win over Glasgow at Thomond Park.

Tony and Dan Foley sing with the Munster players after the game.
Tony and Dan Foley sing with the Munster players after the game.
Image: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

MUNSTER HONOURED ANTHONY Foley with a brave display of unity and resilience to overcome Glasgow with a 38-17 bonus-point win in the Champions Cup.

Ahead of today’s encounter, the Munster Rugby Supporter’s Club Choir performed before a minute’s silence was held in memory of the province’s late head coach.

And after referee Jerome Garces blew the final whistle, Foley’s two sons Tony and Dan, joined a visibly emotional Munster squad on the pitch for a poignant rendition of ‘Stand Up and Fight’ as the capacity crowd fell silent to listen.


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14-man Munster pay Axel the ultimate tribute with sensational Thomond Park win

‘We played for Olive and the kids and all their family and I hope we did them proud’

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