Andrew Conway bombs certain try after ball is knocked loose over the line
Andrew Conway is enjoying a fine season for Munster with eight tries in 17 games.
The former Leinster winger has scored 38 tries in 119 games for Munster during his stay in Limerick so it feels a bit out of place to give him tips on finishing but the cardinal rule in rugby is generally if you get over the line, make sure you put it down.
We've seen both Freddie Burns and Jacob Stockdale bare the brunt of two bad losses for their respective mistakes over the line earlier this season and on Saturday against Connacht Conway too fell foul of turning the ball over the line.
After intercepting a wayward Tiernan O'Halloran pass, Conway jogged his way towards the posts to ensure an easier conversion, but just before he was about to touch the ball down for Munster's first try of the game, former teammate Stephen Fitzgerald came bolting from behind him to dislodge the ball and force a Munster turnover.
"That was a gilt-edged opportunity for Andrew Conway.
"He acknowledges his error, but he won't want to see the replay of that too many times."
Stephen Fitzgerald comes back to know the ball out of Conway's hands, and deny Munster a try!#MUNvCON #GuinnessPRO14 pic.twitter.com/jJglbH3e4H
— eir Sport (@eirSport) April 27, 2019