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The Irish emigrants worked a six-day week in times when there was very little heavy machinery and trenches were dug by pick and shovel. These men and women took care of their families first and foremost in times when the only viable industries back home were suitcase factories.
Their sons, daughters and grandkids have benefited from the daily acts of valour. The North London Irish are more Irish than most of us here in Ireland.
They follow Munster as an expression of their love of home and home is Ireland. So many of the Irish who happened to be born in Britain inveigled their way into the Saracens’ home ground on Saturday.
In the end Saracens deservedly won but Munster were only a little bit the lesser team. There was no opt-outs and the game was played with a savage intensity.
Jean Kleyn now understands his role. He was well able for the charging Billy Vunipola. Kleyn picked him out every time and downed him every time.
Kleyn’s performance is an accurate measure of where Munster are right now. Last year in the semi-final he was blown away by Maro Itoje, the Vunipolas and George Kruis. But our biggest player stood up to the big boys and it was only when an exhausted Kleyn was called ashore that Billy Vunipola took over.
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