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Gallery: All The Pictures From A Powerfully Moving Day In Thomond Park

Gallery: All The Pictures From A Powerfully Moving Day In Thomond Park

Munster beat Glasgow 38-17 in Thomond Park today in a match that always felt like so much more than just that. And pictures from the occasion (courtesty of Sportsfile) captured the emotion of the day in Munster's first match after the tragic passing of Anthony Foley.

A tribute to Anthony Foley at his old club, Shannon RFC

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President Michael D Higgins attending the game

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Munster and Ireland legend Paul O'Connell at the game

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The minute's silence held for Anthony Foley

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Simon Zebo during the minute's silence

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CJ Stander wore the number 24 jersey as Anthony Foley's former number 8 jersey was retired for the game out of respect

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Jaco Taute celebrates scoring Munster's second try of the game

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Simon Zebo celebrates his try - Munster's third - by gesturing to the heavens

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Keith Earls leaves the field after being dismissed for what was deemed a dangerous tackle

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Rory Scannell scores Munster's fifth try of the match

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Ian Keatley celebrates after the final whistle

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Tommy O'Donnell celebrates the victory

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Peter McCabe, Jerry Flannery and Tyler Bleyendaal sing 'Stand Up And Fight' with the rest of the Munster squad after the game

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Munster players CJ Stander, Billy Holland, Stephen Archer, Tommy O'Donnell and Jack O'Donoghue sing 'Stand Up And Fight' after the game

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Anthony Foley's two sons, Tony and Dan sing 'Stand Up And Fight' along with Munster players Ronan O'Mahony, Rory Scannell, and CJ Stander

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CJ Stander with Anthony Foley's two sons, Tony and Dan

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(Sportsfile)

SEE ALSO: Extraordinary Scenes As Axel Foley's Sons Join Munster Players In Song Post-Game

SEE ALSO: Watch: Simon Zebo's Emotional Tribute To Anthony Foley

Conall Cahill

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