Andrew Conway has been in scintillating form for Munster whether it be on the wing or at full-back for the Province. Since signing from Leinster a couple of years ago, Conway has developed rapidly, becoming an integral member of this Munster squad.
His form was rewarded by Joe Schmidt when he introduced him for his Irish debut against England in the final Six Nations game of 2017. On Saturday, Conway was at the end of Munster’s final try in their impressive 23-3 victory over the Ospreys in Thomond Park to set up a clash in the final with the Scarlets this Saturday.
Only metres away from Conway’s try sat young William Murphy. William recently did a school project on Munster Rugby and singled out Andrew Conway as his favourite player. William’s mother got in touch with Conway, who was only delighted to meet William after the game and present him with a signed matchday jersey.
William’s father took to twitter to explain the story,
Andrew Conway is a class act. Please @Munsterrugby + @MRSC16 pass on good wishes to him. Lovely thing to do here. pic.twitter.com/8itO0ALjOB
— Paul (@PaulEyezOnMe) May 21, 2017
Hopefully William will be in attendance this Saturday in the Aviva, and that Munster can come away with the Pro 12 trophy after a highly successful season.