Tuesday, April 08, 2008
Munster powered their way into a seventh Heineken Cup semi-final on the weekend, with a devastating display of rugby that brushed aside Guinness Premiership leaders Gloucester.
In the second half Munster piled on the pressure, and some hurried passing by the Gloucester men resulted in a loose ball that was snatched up and flung wide to All Black legend Doug Howlett, who raced away before passing inside to fullback Hurley, who then put an inch perfect kick ahead for Howlett to run onto and score.
The nail in the coffin, and a great display of counter attacking finishing, showing just how dangerous the Munster outside backs can be with turnover ball.
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