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Connacht maintain perfect European record

A 10 try, 66-0 victory, over Madrid rounded off an incredible European Pool campaign for Connacht on Saturday in the unusual surroundings of the Spanish capital. The result confirmed Connacht's position as top seeds in the Challenge Cup and European Rugby's only unbeaten side. The seeding guarantees a home quarter final, and, should they win, a home semi final.

Irish players return to duty for Gloucester test

After a useful workout in London, Connacht now head to Gloucester for their second pre-season challenge this weekend.

Connacht’s young guns get chance to shine tomorrow

Connacht’s brightest young talent will make their debuts for the province in the last of the three pre-season friendlies tomorrow night at the Galway Sportsground (6.30pm).

Connacht focus on clinical finishing to overcome Edinburgh

Connacht have been forced to make a couple of changes for their first away match in this season’s second Magners League fixture.

Connacht’s need for clinical finishing a key to overcoming Edinburgh

Connacht have been forced to make a couple of changes for their first away match in this season’s second Magners League fixture.

Connacht must follow Cardiff victory with Ulster’s scalp

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It has the hallmarks of a season-defining fixture, although it is only the fourth fixture. The two sides that are expected to battle for the last of three Heineken Cup places meet in this crunch Magners League fixture at the Galway Sportsground tomorrow (8pm). In the Irish pecking order it has always been Ulster which has grabbed that last place, and after Connacht’s loss in Edinburgh, there was nothing to suggest it would be otherwise. But last weekend’s spirited victory over Cardiff has provided Connacht with a much-needed confidence boost, and now Connacht coach Michael Bradley says it is vital his squad turns over Ulster if his side is to qualify for Europe.

Connacht open Euro campaign against Spanish visitors

Connacht’s focus, after an inconsistent start to the season, turns to Europe and first up is a visit of an unknown Spanish side to the Galway Sportsground tomorrow (6.30pm).

Connacht must follow Cardiff victory with Ulster’s scalp

It has the hallmarks of a season-defining fixture, although it is only the fourth fixture. The two sides that are expected to battle for the last of three Heineken Cup places meet in this Magners League match at the Galway Sportsground tomorrow (8pm).

Connacht’s hunger rewarded

Connacht learned that a good start was half the battle when they overcame the Scarlets to record their second win of the Magners League.

 

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