- Damien is joined by Victor Costello and Eddie O'Sullivan to look back on a very good weekend for the Irish teams in the Heineken Cup
- Donal Lenihan looks back at a winning weekend for the Irish sides in the Heineken Cup
- John Fallon reports on Ulster's 27-16 Heineken Cup win over Montpellier
- Ulster coach Mark Anscombe was disappointed they did not secure a bonus point against Montpellier
Craig Gilroy has been given the all-clear to play for Ulster in their Heineken Cup pool decider away to Leicester on Saturday.
The 22-year-old broke his nose following a collision with his team-mate Andrew Trimble against Montpellier last weekend.
There were fears that he had also suffered concussion but medics have cleared him to play at Welford Road in the 6pm kick-off.
However, prop Declan Fitzpatrick has been ruled out of action for two weeks after receiving a blow to the head.
The two sides have already qualified for the last eight but a win for Ulster would see them secure a quarter-final tie at Ravenhill.
Live and exclusive radio coverage of Leicester v Ulster on Saturday Sport from 2:45pm on Saturday 18 January on RTÉ Radio 1 and RTÉ.ie (Worldwide).
Live and exclusive radio coverage of Leinster v Ospreys on Game On from 7pm on Friday 17 January on RTÉ 2fm and RTÉ.ie (Worldwide).