Black & white

Pauline took this photo of Sean. Looking at it reminds me of picking him up when he was that size. He was always heavier than he looked – solid and well-built. You could easily put your back out if you weren’t careful.

Today is the biggest day in club rugby since Sean died, with Leinster playing Toulouse in the Heineken Cup semi-finals and Munster playing Harlequins in the Amlin Cup semis. The Amlin Cup is a poor second-best for Sean’s beloved Munster, but we would still have watched them and cheered for them, of course. Toulouse are the one team in Europe that we always feared, and we would have been nervous for Leinster, though happy that they have an excellent team and, with home advantage, every chance of making it to the final.

It’s going to be an exciting afternoon. We miss you, Sean.

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “Black & white

  1. It was certainly an exciting afternoon’s rugby. A shame that Munster lost but, as I said, the Amlin Cup was a consolation prize.

    The main thing is that Leinster are through to the Heineken Cup final after a great victory over Toulouse.

  2. Shermeen

    Brendan
    That is a rather lovely photograph. Sean took his artistic streak from his mum.

  3. Metin YILMAZ

    Hello Brendan, i seconded Sheermen, and i wish and hope you will be reunion..

    Selaam Sheermen.

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