Ulster fans paid tribute to Anthony Foley during their game with the Exeter Chiefs.
Following the tragedy that befell the Spence family in September 2012, Ulster rugby more than understand the grief felt by their counterparts in Munster this week.
However in their darkest hours, both provinces have stood shoulder to shoulder in support of each other.
In the aftermath of the Spence tagedy, Munster installed a plaque commemorating the Ulster player in the away dressing room in Thomond Park, a gesture that will be reciprocated by the northern province.
— Rory Best (@RoryBest2) November 30, 2014
The level of respect between the inter-provincial rivals extends into the terraces, where the Ulster faithful blasted out a hair raising rendition of The Fields of Athenry soon after their Champions Cup game against the Exeter Chiefs kicked off.
— BT Sport Rugby (@btsportrugby) October 22, 2016
Alan Drumm, Pundit Arena
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