Following entries from across the province where clubs and schools submitted their Haka videos to Munster Rugby, High School CBS Clonmel have won a training session with the Maori All Blacks ahead of next Friday's historic clash at Thomond Park.
The former school of Munster second row Dave Foley, High School CBS Clonmel's winning video shows the 1st year/U14 rugby team performing the Haka led by Taine Walters.
Taine's dad is from New Zealand and is a relative of current Maori All Blacks player Kara Prior who won his first cap against the USA last Friday.
Taine's grandfather, Muru Walters, was also a Maori All Black and still holds the kicking points record - 211 points.
The team will travel to Thomond Park on Wednesday where they will train on the famous pitch with the Maori All Blacks team and then participate in a question and answer session with the New Zealand players.
Best of luck to all the boys and enjoy this once in a lifetime experience.
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