Anthony Foley: A Career In Pictures

Anthony Foley: A Career In Pictures
By Conall Cahill
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Anthony Foley, Munster and Ireland legend, tragically passed away last night at the Munster team hotel in Paris.

Foley had an incredible career, earning 62 caps for Ireland and captaining Munster to their first Heineken Cup success in 2006.

Here are some snapshots of Foley's amazing career.

Anthony Foley makes his debut against England in the Five Nations Championship, 21st January 1995

Scoring a try against Cardiff, European Rugby Cup 1997




In action for Shannon against Lansdowne, January 1999


Celebrating with David Wallace and Mick Galwey, Heineken Cup 2000 vs Bath


Celebrating victory over Toulouse with Keith Wood and David Wallace, Heineken Cup 2000

Celebrating victory over France in 2000 with Peter Clohessy, John Hayes, Kevin Maggs, Denis Hickie, Frank Sheahan and Justin Fitzpatrick


With Keith Wood after victory over Scotland in the Six Nations, 2000


Celebrating victory over Scotland with Eddie O'Sullivan, 2004


Lifting the Celtic Cup in 2005 after victory over Llanelli


Against Leinster in the 2006 Heineken Cup semi-final

Lifting the Heineken Cup for Munster in 2006

With Ronan O'Gara, Marcus Horan and Donncha O'Callaghan in 2008 Heineken Cup v Wasps

With Donncha Ryan, Paul O'Connell and Peter O'Mahony at Munster training in 2012

Being announced as new Munster head coach for 2014/15

With Ronan O'Gara, 2015

Conducting Munster squad training, April 2015

At a press conference as Munster head coach, March 2016

Picture credit: Sportsfile

SEE ALSO: Watch: Tyrone Howe And Stuart Barnes Pay Poignant Tribute To Anthony Foley Live On Sky Sports



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