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Clontarf man O’Driscoll scored his first try of the season – and the third of four for the reigning champions on the night – as they swept aside the Welsh side in the Aviva Stadium to set up a semi final date with ASM Clermont Auvergne.
A 24 minute cameo on what was his Heineken Cup debut saw the recently recruited Limerick-born hooker display his trademark power and pace to breach the French side’s line as the province claimed a gritty draw in France.
Skill, pace, vision. With the English side reeling, Evening Herald diarist Fitzgerald took a Rob Kearney offload and roared down the line to score his second try of a high-scoring affair in the Aviva Stadium.
The 2011/12 season has been a consistent one for the former Blackrock College schoolboy who added a string of tries to his playmaking bow to help boost the province’s bid for the PRO12 title.
A 20-point haul in a man of the match display for the St. Mary’s out-half included this superb 33rd minute effort for a man who thrives on the big occasion.