Munster and Ireland great Anthony Foley died of a build-up of fluid in the lungs caused by a heart condition, French authorities reveal.
Anthony Foley's former Ireland team-mate Denis Hickie says the number eight was the "rock" on which Munster's success was founded upon.
PARIS, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Munster head coach and former Ireland international Anthony Foley has died overnight at the team's hotel in Paris, the Irish Rugby Football Union said on Sunday.
Joe Schmidt and Rory Best are among thousands who join Anthony Foley's family as his remains are brought to his hometown church.
People line the streets of Limerick to pay tribute to European Cup winner and Munster coach Anthony Foley, who died aged 42.