# heineken-cup - Today’s News
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# heineken-cup - Monday 26 May, 2014
The 28-year-old English back row was man of the match in the Heineken Cup final on Saturday.
The South African speedster went to ground under a challenge from Saracens’ Owen Farrell.
# heineken-cup - Sunday 25 May, 2014
The soon-to-retire Toulon out-half praised his try-scoring teammate, who was left out of Australia’s World Cup squad in 2011.
# heineken-cup - Saturday 24 May, 2014
Meanwhile, Saracen’s Irish Director of Rugby, Mark McCall, will focus his side’s attention on the Premiership final.
Clinical Toulon, the incredible Steffon Armitage, lessons for Saracens and Giteau’s magic.
The French side secured back-to-back titles with a clinical performance against Mark McCall’s men.
# heineken-cup - Friday 23 May, 2014
The Toulon out-half plays his second last professional game tomorrow against Saracens.
The multi-millionaire may antagonise rugby fans, but his dedication to RCT is never in doubt.
Mark McCall’s captain has been passed fit to face a star-studded Toulon team in the Heineken Cup final.
# heineken-cup - Thursday 22 May, 2014
Former Munster flanker David Wallace believes Brian ‘Squeaky’ Walsh will bring dynamism to a backline in need of a boost.
# heineken-cup - Monday 19 May, 2014
‘It goes without saying that I have an enormous number of people to thank for their support from all around the world.’
# heineken-cup - Saturday 17 May, 2014
The Toulon coach had been banned until June 3, but is now free to give his pre-match team-talk in Cardiff this weekend.
# heineken-cup - Thursday 8 May, 2014
The veteran star says the coach’s methods have been beneficial to the Irish side.
# heineken-cup - Friday 2 May, 2014
One of these men is off to Cardiff at the end of the month. The other is Munster legend Paul O’Connell.
Adam D’Arcy believes tonight’s clash at Ravenhill may prove an appetiser for Ulster v Leinster Pro12 semi
# heineken-cup - Wednesday 30 April, 2014
If anything, the competition has gone backwards in recent years, writes our columnist.
The 35-year-old explains that the defeat against Toulon left ‘the type of scars you carry.’
# heineken-cup - Tuesday 29 April, 2014
Using GIFs and videos, we examine some of the penalty concessions and handling errors from Rob Penney’s men in Marseille.
While talk continues to swirl on the capture of one veteran, the province have announced a contract extension for another.
After focusing on the heroics of Simon Zebo, James Coughlan and company, we use GIFS and video clips to highlight some key slip ups.
# heineken-cup - Monday 28 April, 2014
Using GIFs and videos, we take a look at the excellence of Rob Penney’s men in the tight and with their restarts.
The former out-half believes the ERC should have selected a different venue than Stade Velodrome, which is currently under construction.
“We had chances last year to win and we didn’t take them and it’s the same this year,” said the winger whose try gave Munster real hope in Marseille.
The Toulon president is delighted that RCT are France’s last representative in the Heineken Cup.
# heineken-cup - Sunday 27 April, 2014
We touch on the superb performances of Zebo and Keatley, as well as costly basic errors and Toulon’s effectiveness.
The out-half gave a rounded display but his side’s errors proved costly against Toulon’s power.
The Corkman summed up Munster’s Trojan effort against Toulon today.
We went minute-by-minute as Munster took on the reigning champions in Marseille.
Toulon’s back row represented one of Europe’s most feared units but the South African is capable of taking the fight to them.
The former Reds lock played two seasons of Top 14 rugby with Perpignan.
Shades? Check. Pack of ciggies? Check. Couple of pints? Check. Sun block? Oh.
It’s gonna be tough, but Munster hold hope of toppling the European champions in Marseille.
# heineken-cup - Saturday 26 April, 2014
Rob Penney’s men went through a gentle captain’s run ahead of Sunday’s semi final with Toulon.
The England winger surpassed the record for tournament tries and referee Nigel Owens made his mark.
The Saracens winger is one try off equalling a long-standing European Cup record.
The former Munster flanker details the areas the province need to excel in to pull off the unlikely in Marseille.
# heineken-cup - Friday 25 April, 2014
7,000 fans from the southern province are turning the port town red as we speak.
With no Irish team involved in this weekend’s first Heineken Cup semi-final, you can just sit back and enjoy it.
Selecting a natural number 7 may be the wildcard Munster need on Sunday.
Donncha Ryan’s absence has forced Rob Penney into a back row reshuffle for Sunday’s trip to Marseille.