The Cardiff Blues No.8 may have played his last game for the Welsh club.
Gareth Anscombe, meanwhile, left his last-ditch penalty attempt against Crusaders a few, crucial yards short.
Everton took on Manchester United, as David Moyes had an unhappy return to his former club.
The Munster coach was pleased that his side picked up a bonus point win, and no injuries, in Galway.
Robert Barrable and his teammate Stuart Loudon finished just under two minutes back from the eventual winners.
The Irishman got off to a flying start in the morning session of his first round encounter.
The young English winger has come to the championship party in a huge way.
Kekuta Manneh last home a late equaliser for the Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place.
The Special One became the Happy One before a ball was kicked and a huge visit to Anfield could see him return in title-winning style.
Also featuring a jubilant Ken Doherty, Eoin Cadogan and a child who simply would not share.
The on-loan ‘Pool striker scored the winner against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
James Hart kicked 11 points for Grenoble but they Bayonne back into a game they really should have won.
If life hands you a broken shot clock, make do in comedic fashion.
The Houston Astros prospect will find Easter Egg munching difficult this weekend.
Robbie Henshaw and Eoin McKeon errors have been well and truly punished by their interprovincial rivals.
Cork conceded a late free as their substitute Sam Ryan was penalised in injury time from breaking a little known rule.
The Dubliners are the top dogs in Irish club rugby for the first time in their 138-year history.
We can only hope the vinyl he snapped was a Richie Kavanagh effort and not an obscure, early Yardbirds jam session.
We are siding with the Irishman on this one.
Friday 18 April, 2014
The Borussia Dortmund coach sparked riotous laughter after running from a pre-match briefing.
Jack Dinneen has been drafted into the senior squad following an injury crisis in the front row.
The British broadcaster previously tied up a deal to show the Pro12 from September onwards.
Saturday 12 April, 2014
Tom Farquharson emigrated to Wales after being arrested for IRA involvement in the early 1920s. He was a cup winner six years later.
Sunday 6 April, 2014
Meanwhile in Canberra, Auckland Blues’ Jerome Kaino cheered himself up by meeting an Aussie legend.
Brett Pittman’s cameo effectively ended QPR’s hopes of automatic promotion.
Aresene Wenger will tell you his side are still in the hunt for top spot but, to Sky Sports, this was the race for fourth place.
Police in the English city have set up roadblocks to prevent some 5,000 rogue runners from completing a rogue race.
The Irish and English rugby legends meet in a last-man-standing clash at Stade Felix Mayol this afternoon.
The two-time European cross country champion is hoping to win the Great Ireland Run at The Phoenix Park today.
The Kildare athlete will defend his Spar Great Ireland Run title at the Phoenix Park this afternoon.
Saturday 5 April, 2014
French referee Jerome Garces will not be welcome back at Ravenhill any time soon.
George Boyd returned from spitting ban to claim all three points for Hull, which West Brom and Crystal Palace also won.
The New Zealand fullback was given his marching orders after taking out opposite number Andy Goode.
The unbeaten run at Stade Marcel Michelin is now up to 75 matches.
Rob Penney’s men scored after only four minutes and never let up for a moment despite losing captain Peter O’Mahony to injury.
The Stade Francais man started at fullback in his side’s home loss to Conor O’Shea’s men.
The Limerick native got the home crowd roaring at Thomond Park.
Joey Barton opened his Twitter gob again and the hurlers of Cork and Tipperary served up a treat.
Friday 4 April, 2014
The Kingdom are hoping to win four games in a row after their slip-up against Mayo in early March.
The trio were at St Brigid’s in Castleknock this afternoon to promote the Spar Great Ireland Run.