Andrew Conway made his international debut for Ireland in their 13-9 win over England in the final game of this year’s RBS 6 Nations tournament. Andrew came off the bench at half time and put in a great second-half performance on the right wing as Ireland closed out a good win. Garry Ringrose started the match at outside centre for Ireland and put in a great defensive performance over the full 80 minutes. John Ryan was a second-half replacement and slotted in well to a very solid scrum. Ireland finished the tournament in second place.

James Coughlan captained Pau and managed to win man of the match despite their 13-65 loss away to Clermont. After going eight games unbeaten, Pau were overcome by the stronger side on the day to drop to fifth in the Top 14 league standings.

A try and two conversions from London Scottish fullback Peter Lydon helped his side to a 19-8 win over Richmond away from home. The win for The Scots sees them consolidate seventh position in the Greene King IPA Championship standings.

Jerry Sexton was a second-half replacement for London Irish in their 39-10 win over Cornish Pirates. The win for Irish saw them secure top spot in the Championship heading into the last few rounds of the season.