“Raw and magnificent, here was 90 seconds from another planet, a spine tingling, heart accelerating, tear inducing emotional overload. Even from a distance of six weeks, the memory of this extraordinary Thomond Park cameo steals the breath.
Munster's Kiwi contingent – Rua Tipoki, Lifemi Mafi, Dougie Howlett and Jeremy Manning – gave the All Blacks a taste of their own medicine as they stepped forward in front of their team-mates and launched into the famous war dance.
The shiny new Thomond was instantly transformed into a demented bear pit. A sonic boom of riotous passion shot down from the bleachers as, wide eyed and maniac, Tipoki lead his men through the fabled challenge
The haka set the mood for a truly epic collision; with a heroic and largely second string Munster coming within moments of repeating their storied 1978 victory”
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