We've been looking back on some of the best moments in Irish sport. Today we turn to rugby when Munster become the first Irish rugby team to beat New Zealand.
There were 12,000 people packed into Thomond Park in Limerick to see the All Blacks open the Irish leg of their tour against Munster.
The crowd roared the home province on to an historic victory.
The Munster scores came from a Christy Cantillon try which was converted by Tony Ward who later added two drop goals.
Tony joined Darren Frehill this morning to look back on the day in 1978.
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