HOPING REPEAT ON THE CARDS
Irish Daily Mirror|September 24, 2021
CONNACHT coach Andy Friend will be hoping history repeats itself when they take on Cardiff at the Arms Park this evening in United Rugby Championship.
JOHN FALLON

The only time Connacht have played in Cardiff in an opening round was in 2001 when the Celtic League was launched and they made a winning start to the fledgling competition when they ground out a 6-3 win.

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