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Messy Morass in Myreside

Connacht almost let a 22 point lead slip in the last quarter against Edinburgh as they eked out a 3 point win to confirm their place in the playoff to get into the Champions Cup. William Davies, Dave Finn and Alan Deegan muse over the messy morass of a victory from Murty Rabbitts, home of the Connacht Clan. Dave Finn also interviews Professor Jack Anderson about the legalities surrounding concussion in rugby. There is also audio from this weeks press conference with Pat Lam and John Muldoon.

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