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Connacht celebrated a fourth win in a row with a 33-3 trouncing of Zebre - their longest sequence of wins this season - to continue their momentum towards their seasonal goal of Champions Cup rugby.
There is so much to talk about this week that I wish I had a whole page to fill.
Looking for a good portion of healthy banter and craic to wash down your taste of Six Nations action this weekend? Then look no further than The Snug.
Player of the year Bundee Aki is one of several players hoping to make a return to action for Connacht this weekend.
Connacht's chase for Champions Cup rugby continues at the Galway Sportsground with the Newport Gwent Dragons' visit on Saturday (7.35pm).
European disappointment behind them, Connacht return to Guinness Pro 12 action with a singleminded ambition to win, win, and win, in order to qualify for Champions Cup rugby again next season.
“What is this life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and stare?” - William Henry Davies
Galway's young athletes led the way at the National Juvenile Cross Country Relays and Intermediate Cross Country at the Palace Grounds in Tuam on Sunday.
One seasonal ambition missed; another big one remaining. Connacht's exit from the European Champions Cup is tough to take, but it will be even harder if Connacht fail to be back in the competition next season.
Connacht, a little more positive on the injury front, face familiar Italian foes Zebre in the Galway Sportsground's final Champions Cup pool fixture this season.