Rory Scannell sent Limerick’s Thomond Park into fits of pure joy with his stunning last-gasp penalty to win the game for Munster.
Today’s Pro14 action saw the Irish side overcome a very tough proposition as Glasgow fought them to the very brink of defeat.
Munster were down by nine points at one stage close to the end but an Alby Mathewson try saw the gap bridged enough that it came down to one final penalty in the game’s dying embers.
Rory Scannell was the man who stepped up a good 55 metres out and sure enough, he was able to convert to seal the win.
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The home supporters packed into Thomond understandably lost their minds as the final score moved to 25-24 in their team’s favour – something that no doubt dispelled the cold somewhat on an evening that served up an absolutely fantastic eighty minutes of action.