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The highly anticipated Muse v Cabinteely friendly took place tonight

Muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme was among the famous faces at Stradbrook.

1. A view of the game

A view of the game Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

2. Muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme with fans as he arrives for the game

Muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

3. Muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme in action

Muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

4. Muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme with his sons and team mates ahead of the game

Muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

MUSE TOOK ON a Cabinteely XI in a charity game at Kilbogget Park, Dublin tonight.

The rock band, represented by bass player Chris Wolstenholme, ultimately prevailed 9-8 in a tightly contested match.

Manager Eddie Gormley was among those to line out for the Irish side, who said that the connection comes from Wolstenholme’s 16-year-old son Alfie, who is a former Cabinteely player.

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