Teams who travelled to Armidale honoured Munro on the 10th anniversary of his passing by wearing special guernseys donated by his family.
The guernseys were replicated from the original guernseys worn when Munro was president of the club - a title he held for more than eight years.
Munro was always involved with the club in many different capacities from being a committee member to being the president.
Whilst he did not see the ‘Rangs return to group football he did fight long and hard with the club for their return.
Munro has left a legacy with the club with his children Janelle and Gina both now being on the committee, son in-law Warren Sampson the current A grade coach and many grandchildren representing the Boomerangs at both group and knock-out football.
He was also supported by his wife Delphine Munro through their journey with the ‘Rangs together.
He would not have been disappointed on Sunday with the A grade side having a convincing win over Armidale.
A grade is currently sitting at equal fourth on the ladder and club president Mitchell Johnson is confident in making the semi-finals this year.