If the league were to finish today, there’s little doubt in my mind that this would go down as Connacht’s most successful season. Record league position, record number of home wins, record points total, as well as the continued production of the Connacht academy, best scrum in the league and best line out. Good signings that have bedded in quickly and added a lot to the team. A youthful team profile with a good mix of experience. Things are looking good.
And yet, the league does not end now, and because of that, all of the above success is in jeopardy. Continue reading