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Connacht secure Champions Cup with two games to spare

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"Marching in the right direction" is Connacht coach Andy Friend's description of recent results against Munster.

Eight Buccaneers players feature in narrow PRO14 defeat for Connacht

 

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Munster in the driving seat as Connacht seek to upset the odds

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Connacht's hopes of arresting Munster's runaway lead of the Guinness PRO14 conference B will be decided tomorrow night in Thomond Park (7.35pm).

Connacht gather momentum after four-try bonus win

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Connacht will not be taking their foot off the pedal after their bonus-point win over Cardiff as they head to Treviso to face Benetton tomorrow evening (5.30pm)..

Carty's chance to shine again as Cardiff hit the Sportsground

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Pressure is mounting on Connacht this weekend, and it is all about a PRO14 win to arrest their current slump at home this season.

Festive fare begins at the Sportsground with Ulster's visit

No rest for Connacht. After two tough Heineken Champions Cup fixtures, Andy Friend's squad will have little festive fare as they prepare for the first of the seasonal interprovincials, starting on Sunday at the Sportsground against Ulster (7.35pm).

Connacht and Bristol go head-to-head in Champions Cup Christmas cracker

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Andy Friend’s Connacht and Pat Lam’s Bristol go head-to-head in a showdown which will determine which team is likely to progress in the newly structured Champions Cup this Covid season.

Champions Cup begins for Connacht against French elite

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Connacht head to France to take one of rugby's elite, Racing 92, in the opening of this season's Champions Cup.

Galwayman’s crusade for young people to maximise their potential captured in new book

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I am tempted to weigh the latest book by Galwayman Paul Kilgannon, because it is a truly remarkable tome. Its name may be Be The Best You Can In Sport - but it is the second headline that sums it up. “A book for Irish youth.”

 

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