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The tributes have continued to poor in for Anthony Foley today as Munster played their first game since his passing last weekend.
The Munster faithful came together today to celebrate the life of "Axel" Foley at Thomond Park.
His contribution to Shannon, Munster and Ireland will live long in the memory but today was about the red army coming together to honour one of their own.
Munster retired his former number 8 shirt for the game with incumbant CJ Stander lining out wearing number 24.
Thomond Park was full to capacity with 26,500 souls in the stands to take part in the occasion.
Our tribute to Anthony Foley. pic.twitter.com/Y7TvNnOeFk— Sky Sports Rugby 🏉 (@SkySportsRugby) October 20, 2016