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Confident Munster must strike for silverware

Munster's emphatic win over Connacht last Saturday swung on a few key moments, but the confidence in the squad is evident for all to see. Graham Rowntree’s men must harness that to strike for silverware.

On the other hand, the 42-17 defeat could be a hammer blow to Connacht’s Champions Cup qualification hopes.

What turned out to be a crushing defeat was decided by a couple of moments that shifted the momentum of the game.

The hosts had to be patient at Thomond Park, with their dominance only reflected on the scoreboard when RG Snyman crossed the whitewash from a tap-penalty after Shamus Hurley-Langton was sent to the bin following a cynical slap down close to the line.

RG Synman is awarded the opening try after a TMO intervention. Jack Crowley adds the extras.