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Blade Runners - Bayonne 27 Connacht 29 - Craggy Rugby podcast
Connacht sent the young guns to France on Saturday and many of us feared the worst but the 15 changes didn't halt the progress and a fourth win on the bounce was secured in the dying seconds in Bayonne thanks to Caolin Blade's second try of the evening. The win keeps Connacht firmly in the hunt for a home quarter final in the Challenge Cup but far more importantly, keeps the momentum going into a huge run of three straight inter-provincial Pro 12 games starting at the RDS against Leinster next Friday night. The Podcast crew of Alan Deegan, William Davies and Dave Finn joined Rob Murphy in Galway on Sunday to discuss another milestone in a great season so far and preview their toughest test of the season in Dublin. Get in touch with us. Via Rob@knockon.ie Or @craggyrugbypod
Season 21/22 Wrap Episode 1
Season 7, Ep. 28
Rob Murphy hosts the first of a series of podcasts to wrap up the rugby season for Connacht with guests Niall Shiel, Dave Finn and Danny Deegan.There is the latest news roundup, tributes to the players leaving at the end of the season and a new quiz feature where the guests are marked on their arguments for their player of the season, young player of the season and try of the season.
Review of 6N and Connacht new signings
Season 7, Ep. 27
William Davies and Rob Murphy review round 4 of the 6 Nations as well as talking about the plethora of new signings being announced by Connacht and we also hear some of the highlights of the interview William did with Ireland U20s forwards coach Jimmy Duffy, the full interview is available on patreon.com/craggyrugby
Stormers home review Feb 2022
Season 7, Ep. 26
Connacht had to dig deep to ensure their unbeaten home record against South African sides stayed intact.Alan Deegan hosts this weeks podcast with guests Danny Deegan, Fiona Halligan and Dave Finn and we hear from Rob Murphy and William Davies in the match commentary snippets.William also got the post match musings of Andy Friend, Paul Boyle and Stormers head coach John Dobson.