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Later today on HarpinOnRugby...
our Gloucester v Connacht writeup
is titled "Trapped"
From potty Poite to the mazy running of Mr Chaos, Johnny May, this sun-splashed spectacular had all the excitement expected of a desperate struggle between two sides deemed not good enough to qualify automatically for the Champions Cup.
David Kelly - Irish IndependentMurray informed head coach Anthony Foley on Saturday night that the injury did not feel as bad as a similar knee injury he had sustained before and so Foley remained “hopeful”.
Gerry Thornley - Irish TimesConnacht played the smart rugby, the backs interchanging like Leinster used to do, and just raw physicality in defence that had Gloucester scratching their heads.
From the Bottom of the Ruck
Even more ominous was the rising self-belief it has given Mike Ford’s team before their first grand final since 2004.
Robert Kitson - The GuardianLutton’s actions were certainly worthy of a penalty, though it can definitely be argued that Matawalu’s exaggeration in this case should have been penalised
Murray Kinsella - The42.ieFeel free to share any interesting links you spot yourself about t’internet by email, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, blog comment or carrier pigeon – whatever works for you. JLP
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