Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h’anam (May his soul be at the right hand of God)

The sudden and sad death of Anthony Foley, 42, was due to a heart condition, which led to a build up fluid in his lungs-an autopsy has revealed. Further toxicological results are ongoing, according to The Guardian. Funeral mass will take place on Friday at 12 midday at St. Flannan’s Church.

Life is short. Be kind and gentle with each other. Oh and if you love someone, be sure to tell them. Cheers.

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Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h’anam (pronounced: Err yass Day guh rev ah ann-am) is a Gaelic blessing which means: May his soul be at the right hand of God.

Yesterday, Munster team head coach, Anthony Foley died suddenly at their team hotel in Paris. Foley, 42, died overnight at the hotel and in his sleep, where the team were staying prior to Sunday’s game against Racing 92, according to the BBC.

The European Champions Cup game was postponed following the sad news of the former Ireland international’s death. A statement by the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) said: “The IRFU and Munster Rugby pass on our deepest sympathy to all of Anthony’s family and friends.” Along with “We ask for privacy for the family at this sad time.” Foley is survived by his wife, Olive and their two children.

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Foley, whose father Brendan also played for Ireland…

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