Start your day with five eye-catching egg-chasing quotes & links from around the ruggersphere.
Not looking good for either of the Kearneys injury-wise
Rob Kearney will not make the plane after failing to return for the second half
David Kelly - Irish Independent
Voting takes place on November 15th so this is a critical juncture for a campaign to hit a bump in the road.
Vincent Whelan - Balls.ie
Back in 2007...Munster took a significant step forward with the signing of All Blacks record try scorer Doug Howlett and 10 years on he sits across the boardroom table
Simon Lewis - Irish Examiner
Tries from the excellent Blair Kinghorn, Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, Junior Rasolea and debutant Robbie Fruean secured a maximum five points
Duncan Smith - The Scotsman
We look forward to seeing what the man from Wexford will do this season for Leinster and Ireland.
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