The Guinness PRO12 returned last night, with five of the top six all in action. Ospreys, Munster and Scarlets breathed life into their already stellar campaigns while Glasgow Warriors suffered a setback.
Here is all you need to know about last night’s action.
Munster boss Rassie Erasmus satisfied after seeing off Newport Gwent Dragons with a bonus point:
“We’ll take this, it was impressive; we played well and did enough to secure a very important win”
Les Kiss delighted with Marcell Coetzee returning for Ulster:
“Marcell had a cracking game. I thought he put some really dominant carries in which make a difference and helped the whole back row.
“To tell you the truth I thought 10 months out of the game (with an ACL injury) that Marcell might be rustier than that but he was on the money and just kept putting his hand up to carry the ball and I thought he was brilliant.”
Steve Tandy praises ‘brave’ Ospreys after comeback win:
“In fairness to the boys, although they weren’t getting any change from Zebre they were relentless in what they were trying to do and they kept going.
“I thought it was a brave call at the end of the first half to kick to the corner instead of taking three points with it being the last play.
“They got the score, which was what they deserved from the first half, and it meant we were going in at half-time only three behind.”
Top of the Tweets:
Bleyendaal gives his verdict on another bonus-point win:
— Munster Rugby (@Munsterrugby) February 10, 2017
Ospreys remarkable season continues:
— Ospreys (@ospreys) February 11, 2017
Congratulations to Aaron Shingler:
— Scarlets (@scarlets_rugby) February 11, 2017
Guinness PRO12 Final 2017, 27th May, Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
Ticket Information: Fans can still avail of an exclusive number of €30 tickets. Book via www.ticketmaster.ie. Further information: www.pro12rugby.com/final