Start your day with five eye-catching egg-chasing quotes & links from around the ruggersphere.
Very much looking forward to the big clash tonight
between two great rugby teams who are used
to playing each other more than once each year…
…and after I watch Munster play Ulster I suppose
I can force myself to sit through the utterly meaningless
so-called “Bronze final”.
Imagine how the provinces playing at Thomond
will feel if either Pienaar or Amorosino get injured?
...there have to be structures put in place that in times of need the provinces will be able to rely on each other for assistance.
Are you there, David?
Colm O'Donoghue - odonogc2
"Children have been using the goggles in different countries and I have played 25 top class games (for Barbarians, Viadana, Zebre) and all have resulted in zero injuries worldwide. Their excuse for me? Ridiculous."
Ian McKinley: Overcoming obstacles
Benedict Chanakira - Talking Rugby Union
As much as we all wish Ireland were involved on Saturday in Twickenham, the thought of seeing the number one and number two teams on this planet go head-to-head in a World Cup final for the first time in history is exciting.
BOD and D’Arcy had it, All Blacks Nonu and Smith have it too
Lynne Cantwell - The42.ie
Gopperth has been so impressed by the 22-year-old schemer that he is tipping him to challenge George Ford and Owen Farrell for the England jersey.
Neale Harvey - The Rugby Paper
Moore, 32, was born in Saudi Arabia to Irish parents but spent five years of his childhood living in Galway
Aussie rugby skipper’s Galway links
Dara Bradley - Connacht Tribune
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