Episode 2604: Munster Melt, Jack Conan On His Form and Fitness, Katie Plays Chess
The moon boot, the limp, the grimace of pain – Katie McCabe looked badly injured against Bayern in the Champions League on Wednesday night, but played 80 minutes and scored a beauty against Man City this weekend. We were all fooled, except for one Second Captains presenter.
Ulster didn’t do much wrong in the rain against Leinster and still couldn’t get within two scores. We chat to Lions, Ireland and Leinster backrower Jack Conan about playing in a downpour, his red hot form over recent weeks and the Good Friday Quarter Final against Leicester.
We also discuss Munster melting in the African sun and why we it will be a long time before the Irish women’s team will be competitive again.
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