What rugby's injury gods giveth, they also taketh away.
Happy as we were to see Pocock & Moore cry off the match earlier this morning, we should have known it would come at a costly price.
No disrespect to Glasgow because they took the chances they were given and stood up incredibly well in defence on the road, but the fact their match-winning try came with both Luke Fitzgerald and Leo Auva'a flat on their backs receiving treatment says it all.
It's not just the loss of our long-standing home record that's worrying, it's the loss of so many players - as well as the two I mention above there's Kevin McLaughlin and Dominic Ryan - there's anxious waits to come that's for sure!
At the end of the match as we pressed the Glasgow line for the go-ahead score our scrum had Richard Strauss back at flanker as he had been at the end of the Magners League final last May - the sight of him lining up alongside Devin Toner before the scrum set was priceless!
But there can't be any excuses, we should be putting teams like Glasgow away, and we couldn't. Ian Madigan scored an impressive try but it seemed as though in his outhalf role he preferred to drop the shoulder and charge ahead rather than use his backline and on the occasions he did, the passes were too slow to make headway into the advancing Glasgow defence.
All in all a frustrating evening for sure. Probably just as well it wasn't televised so I can't watch it over again for a more detailed writeup! But only takes a small bit away from my happiness from this morning.