Smith O’Briens GAA Club sing 'Stand Up and Fight' in tribute to Anthony Foley

Smith O’Briens GAA & Camogie Club

Smith O’Briens GAA & Camogie Club paid tribute to the late Anthony Foley last night, by singing Munster Rugby anthem Stand Up and Fight.

The Smith O’Briens GAA club, based in Killaloe, paid tribute to the late local Munster legend after they won the Clare Intermediate Hurling Championship final on Sunday.

In the video the club's chairman Patrick Aherne can be heard speaking over a PA system, saying: "It's a great Killaloe man's birthday today. So I'd like all the team to sing a song for this man."

The club and community proceed to sing the tribute together.

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