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Shingler's Stinger - Scarlets 21 Connacht 19 - Craggy Rugby podcast
The close shaves continue for Connacht, Jack Carty looked to have won it for the Westerners in Parc Y Scarlets on Sunday with a 78th minute penalty but Steve Shingler had the last say in a 21-19 win for Llanelli. Still Connacht continue to play well in defeat, earn points from their reversals and dismiss what is now a four game losing streak as no major cause concern because the performance levels remain high. Rob Murphy and Alan Deegan were in west Wales, Rob Loydd joined them afterwards while we also hear from Steve Shinger, Pat Lam and Tiernan O'Halloran. Plus we go through some of your questions on twitter after the game.
Cardiff away preview Sep 21
Season 7, Ep. 4
The first match of the season is almost upon us, but the big news is not the trip to Cardiff, it's the fact that Connacht are moving their home interpro match against Ulster in October to the Aviva Stadium on the day after the proposed lifting of all COVID restrictions.We hear the thoughts of club captain Jarrad Butler and head coach Andy Friend in press conference as podcast host Alan Deegan is joined by William Davies and Niall Shiel to talk about that exciting development as well as how difficult a start it will be in Cardiff and how Beibhinn Parson's could be a better rugby player than Brian O'Driscoll
2021/22 season preview
Season 7, Ep. 3
The new season is almost upon and an almost full Craggy Crew share their hopes, aspirations and fears for the challenge the new United Rugby Championship and Champions Cup hold in store for Connacht Rugby.
URC fixtures announced and Women's Interpros kickoff
Season 7, Ep. 2
IWilliam Davies and Alan Deegan discuss the somewhat lob-sided looking URC fixture list from a Connacht perspective as the approaching new season for the Men's team gathers momentum in Part 1 of the podcast.In Part 2 there is full coverage of the Women's first Interpro of the season with Connacht legend Ali Miller giving her insightful thoughts on the narrow defeat at home to Leinster as well as her thoughts on where the Women's game needs to go to become more successful in Ireland. William spoke to Connacht coach Ross Mannion after the match too.