Saturday, March 07, 2015

Front Five - 07.03.15

Start your day with five eye-catching egg-chasing quotes & links from around the ruggersphere.


(The) Blues refused to give in and after Mick Kearney was binned and (after) 68 phases, Patchell’s pass put Tuculet over.

Cardiff Blues 18 v 17 Connacht match report

Matt Lloyd - WalesOnline

"(Ireland) haven't set the world alight in the style of rugby they play and I think we'd all agree with that." - Martyn Williams

'We'll be nervous' - Martyn Williams and BOD look ahead to Ireland's Cardiff trip

Newstalk's "Off The Ball"

I take huge offence when I hear the game I know still being described as elitist.
Tony Ward - Irish Independent

They have not beaten England on the old cabbage patch...since 1983, when Margaret Thatcher was in Downing Street and Alex Salmond was an oil economist with the Royal Bank of Scotland
Chris Hewett - (English) Independent

The way Ireland played they would have beaten anybody in the world – and that includes the All Blacks.

Matt Dawson Really Laid On The Praise For Ireland In His Column This Week

Conor Neville -

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