Munster Rugby players and fans pay tribute to Anthony Foley as body flown home



Players, staff and fans of Munster Rugby have held an emotional homecoming for Irish rugby great Anthony Foley who died last weekend.
The remains of the head coach were brought to Thomond Park in Limerick for a final farewell for the much-loved No 8.
Foley, 42, died suddenly in the team hotel in Paris, just hours before his side were due to play Racing 92 in the European Champions Cup.
After his body was flown in from France, a hearse made the slow journey to the heart of Munster Rugby before travelling to his home town, Killaloe, Co Clare, where he will be laid to rest on Friday.
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19 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 31
Source: Belper News
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