They also presented the jersey to the former Munster head coach's sons
The Maori All Blacks team have paid tribute to Anthony Foley during their match against Munster at Thomond Park.
The Ireland and Munster legend passed away in Paris on October 16th at the age of 42, drawing tributes from across the rugby world.
Tonight, the Maori All Blacks faced Munster in Limerick.
Before performing the traditional pre-game Haka, captain Ash Dixon and three members of the team walked to the half-way line and placed a jersey with the late Munster head coach's initials between both sides as a mark of respect to him.
After completing the Haka, Dixon then presented Foley's sons, Dan and Tony with the jersey.
Maori All Blacks captain Ash Dixon presents Anthony Foley's children Dan and Tony with a jersey with his initials on it ©INPHO/Billy Stickland
The match finished 27-14 to Munster.
Meanwhile, Barbarians defeated Fiji 40-7 at Belfast's Kingspan Stadium with Armand van der Merwe and Luke Morahan scoring two tries each.
Ireland and Ulster wing Tommy Bowe was named at 13 for the start of the match.