8 Dec, 15:36
Munster produced their best performance of the season to secure a bonus-point 36-8 win over Perpignan at Thomond Park on Sunday.
As is the norm each year the players and management gathered for an informal season wrap-up and players who made their 100th and 200th Munster Rugby appearance during the season were presented with their embroidered caps.
Departing players were also acknowledged at the event with a screening of their Munster Rugby career highlights, provided by Performance Analyst George Murray, followed by a gift presentation and a few words of thanks and best wishes from nominated colleagues.
Denis Hurley (100), James Coughlan (100), Marcus Horan (200), Doug Howlett (100), Donnacha Ryan (100) and Donncha O'Callaghan (200) all received their caps. Photo credit Sportsfile/Diarmuid Greene
Departing players: Sean Henry, Sean Scanlon, Marcus Horan, Doug Howlett, Scott Deasy, Danny Barnes and Christy Condon.
The room keep a close eye on the big screen. Photo credit Sportsfile/Diarmuid Greene
Team Manager Niall O'Donovan presents the cap to Donnacha Ryan in recognition of his 100 appearances for Munster. Photo credit Sportsfile/Diarmuid Greene
Donncha O'Callaghan presents his good friend Marcus Horan with a gift on his retirement. Marcus deservedly got a standing ovation from his colleagues.
Peter O'Mahony presents his pal Danny Barnes with his parting gift.
From 1 Sligo man to another - Sean Henry receives his gift from Cathal Sheridan.
Doug Howlett is called up for his presentation.