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Connacht Rugby are on the road again tomorrow evening, heading to Scotland to face an Edinburgh side that has lost only once at Murrayfield this season.
Connacht put a string of five defeats behind them with another worthy Heineken Cup display to overcome a tricky Zebre side in Parma by 33-6.
Connacht face a daunting task against an in-form and Lions-led Ospreys outfit which visits the Galway Sporsground on Saturday (5pm).
New recruit Craig Clarke is expected to win his first competitive cap for Saturday’s interprovincial against Ulster if he come through the week’s fitness testing.
When I came to Ireland last November to meet with the Connacht Board (PGB) and hear their vision for Connacht Rugby, I took the opportunity to find out more about Galway and the rest of the province. I asked everyone I came across in my few days in Ireland, “What is it like there?”, “Tell me about Connacht?” “Tell me about Galway?” “What is the West of Ireland like?”
John Muldoon, who is expected to win his 200th cap for Connacht when they face Cardiff in Arms Park this evening, says the province’s new crop of youngsters are keeping him on his toes.
By Linley MacKenzie
NUI Galway has joined the growing list of sponsors of Connacht Rugby to help promote both sporting and academic excellence.
The Pat Lam era begins in earnest on Saturday (5pm) when Connacht Rugby host Zebre in the first Rabodirect Pro 12 fixture of the 2013/2014 season.
Connacht's Super-15 winning captain, Craig Clarke, is expected to make his debut for the province this weekend against Newcastle Falcons.