Seven tries to one. A 27-point differential. This Pool 1 Heineken Champions Cup encounter turned into a rout but Leinster were just three points to the good when Jonathan Sexton went down in the tackle four minutes after half-time.
It was a performance riddled with mistakes, so many of them elementary, but the side's reaction to adversity in the second-half, when coming from 13-0 down to claim the lead and hold out in the face of considerable pressure, was impressive.
The national living wage in the UK helped cut the number of workers on low pay by more than 300,000 last year rather than being a "jobs-killing disaster" as some had warned, a new report reveals.
JJ Hanrahan is already revving in red on his return to Munster, writes. What did he miss? “What you cannot replace. It’s what you’re representing. You can’t buy that anywhere else in the world.”
Fifty years ago sons of Glasgow marched on Lisbon, as Celtic became the first British team to win football’s European Cup. Now the city’s rugby Warriors are striving for their own European conquest — at the home of seemingly invincible Saracens.