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Shaun Payne struggles to describe in words what it is, but he does know that it exists.

22nd April, 2006

Shaun Payne struggles to describe in words what it is, but he does know that it exists. He feels it coursing through his veins every time he walks on to the pitch at Thomond Park, and each occasion he pulls on the red jersey for a Heineken Cup game.

And he knows that the people in Munster feel it too. He hears it in their voices when they sing The Fields Of Athenry, and he...

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