Munster players dancing after their URC win. Photo: Twitter

WATCH: Munster stars dance with Cape Town hotel staff

Check out this classic video as Munster rugby players danced with hotel staff in Cape Town after winning the URC.


Munster players dancing after their URC win. Photo: Twitter

Munster enjoyed a wonderful trip to Cape Town this past weekend as the Irish club earned their first United Rugby Championship title with a dramatic win over the Stormers in front of a record crowd of over 56 300 fans.

The Munster players and staff celebrated into the early hours of the morning, while thousands of travelling fans also painted Cape Town red.

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A brilliant video has now emerged to show the Munster players celebrating with Cape Town hotel staff, who sang a traditional song in celebration of the team’s achievement.

A couple of players certainly look a little worse for wear after a big night out.

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Check out the Munster players dancing below:

The victory was celebrated across Ireland

Speaking after the match, an emotional Munster coach Rowntree hailed his squad for dealing with difficult moments throughout the season, while he praised the massive contingent of travelling fans.

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“That’s elation for me, that, head in my hands… it was emotional at the end there. It’s a huge moment for the club, the players and fans, who have been patient waiting for this trophy,” said Rowntree.

“We have lost some special people in that time. Pete spoke wonderfully about it at the end, this is for the people we have lost over the years. This is a special group. There are older players who have waited patiently, Peter being one of them, to win a trophy.

“I am immensely proud of this group. The whole province, the wider playing group, the people back home, the Red Army that followed us here. When we drove into the stadium, there was a Red Army waiting for us on the road outside. I am delighted for those people, we did it for them.

“For the game itself, I am proud of the lads, we did it tough. We spoke extensively about it being our sixth game away from home, to come and do this… the places we have gone, the performances we have put in, we always stick in the game. We showed it at the end there, against adversity. I am unbelievably proud of everyone involved in this club that is Munster.”

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Munster celebrate a try. Photo: SA Rugby website