Ex-Ireland second row talks Champions Cup action with Off The Ball
When it came to Irish results in the Champions Cup this weekend, Ulster were the only side who came away with a victory.
But the 25-23 victory over Toulouse was not the only positive from an Irish perspective.
Former Ireland second row Trevor Hogan was on Off The Ball and described Ulster's as a dark horse for Ireland's injury-hit Six Nations squad.
"Alan O'Connor, what a potential dark horse for the Six Nations. Second row for Ulster [and] class," he said.
Trevor, who was also joined by Gav picked out the performances of a couple of Munster players including a "brilliant" Mike Sherry and also James Cronin, who's showing he described as "one of the best loosehead performances I've seen".