- Connacht's Frank Murphy and Donal Lenihan reflect on the famous win over Toulouse
- Hugh Cahill and Wes Liddy talk over a superb weekend for the Irish provinces including a sensational win for Connacht in Toulouse with Gavin Duffy, Bernard Jackman and Eddie O'Sullivan.
- Connacht captain Craig Clarke says they always knew what they were doing was working.
- Connacht's John Muldoon says they believed they could go to Toulouse and win.
- Connacht coach Pat Lam reflects on their famous win over Toulouse.
Connacht's preparations for Saturday's Heineken Cup match against Toulouse in Galway have been disrupted by a flu outbreak among players.
Twelve members of the Connacht squad have caught flu. Some are said to be in a more serious condition than others.
A spokesperson said today's training session was "modified" as a result.
Connacht will detail the composition of their starting 15 and substitutes for the game on Friday afternoon.
Given the number of players who've contracted flu, a final call on some players may not be made until Saturday morning.
The Connacht squad returned from the corresponding fixture in France in the early hours of last Monday morning, after they caused a major upset defeating Toulouse 16-14.
The quick turnaround between matches and the travelling involved is thought to have contributed to the spread of the flu virus among players.
Saturday's game is scheduled to kick-off at 1800 before a capacity crowd at the Sportsground in Galway.