Although the biggest talking point from Leinster's last outing in the Rainbow Cup against Ulster was the challenge by Robbie Henshaw on Robert Balacoune, the was another incident right at the very end that was worth harping on.
The confusion was ended by Mike Adamson telling Leinster skipper Luke McGrath that he couldn't use his "Captain's Challange" based on information relayed to the pitch by the team doctor, but what was interesting was how the confusion was created.
Leinster were leading 21-17 at the time and the possession was at midfield so you'd think the last thing we'd want was for play to go on since it would leave open the possibility of our visitors nicking a try to win the match.
But since our 21 points had come from three converted tries, that meant we needed one more for the bonus point which means that if our captain and backroom staff were willing to go to such lengths to try and go for it, then we're clearly motivated to get to the Rainbow Cup final, which is the kind of motivation every fan wants to see from their team no matter how succesful they've been.
So with us being off this weekend as the competition resumes, I thought I'd get out the calculator and work out exactly what needs to happen for us to reach the decider in Treviso against the winner of the South African group.
Here's how the table looks going into the weekend, this was taken from RTÉ.ie. As you can see the 0-0 draw for the cancelled Ulster/Scarlets fixture has been included.
UPDATE : All the matches from the weekend of May 28/29 have been included.
So here's the list of all the things that need to happen. Just to be very clear, I'm not saying we're likely to get this perfect storm, but at least it gives me something to write about!!!