WATCH: Darren Sweetnam Defies Logic With Incredible Skill To Prevent Knock-On
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Munster managed to get back to winning ways last night, and secure their first inter-pro win of the season, as they made light work of a weakened Connacht team at Thomond Park.
Conor Murray crossed for two tries in a superior second-half display, with Munster running out 39-13 bonus-point winners in the end, setting them up nicely for their European double.
It was a game full of tricks and moments of brilliance, with Keith Earls nutmegging Connacht fullback Tiernan O’Halloran, before Darren Sweetnam pulled off one of the catches of the season.
The former Cork GAA star is known for his incredible hands, but this moment of brilliance surely tops them all.
— RugbyLAD (@RugbyLAD7) January 7, 2018