11 Dec, 16:22
Anticipation is building in the Munster camp ahead of the second half of the crucial Heineken Cup double-header against Perpignan.
Not only one of Munster's most capped players (201 competitive caps) but also their leading Heineken Cup try scorer (22), he made his debut in October 1994 against Edinburgh, won a Celtic League medal in 2003, played in three Heineken Cup finals captaining the side when they won the title in 2006 and also played 62 times at senior level for his country.
His father Brendan also played for Ireland as did his sister Rosie. Anthony was Head Coach to the Munster A side for the 2009/10 and 2010/11 seasons.