Leinster are facing a changing of the guard behind the scenes with John Fogarty's switch to the Ireland set-up.
The scrum coach has enjoyed success with Leinster and now replaces Greg Feek for Ireland.
Ex-Leinster head coach Matt Williams joined us and he's interested to see the impact of the change.
"John's just done such a fabulous job at Leinster," he said.
"He's a lovely bloke, got a great personality for a coach and has always got a smile on his face.
"His forward players speak so highly of him and the way that he's brought that Leinster scrum through.
"I'm really glad that [Ireland] have gone for someone like Fogs and haven't looked overseas. They've gone for a local guy who's been trained very, very well and can now step up.
"He'll be a big loss to Leinster. I've no doubt that he'll be around but that Leinster scrum has been exceptionally powerful over the last few seasons. It's been more than steady - it's been a weapon.
"You've got two or three complete front-rows in Leinster that he's coached and brought through, and some good young guys there.
"I think it's a great appointment for him. But Leinster will miss him and they'll have to do a bit of thinking about how they go about it."
Williams also reviewed the weekend's inter-pro action in the Pro14.
That saw Munster beat Connacht 27-14 at Thomond Park and Leinster losing 14-13 at Ulster.
Plus, we also got his thoughts on Munster's warm-ups after Conor Murray pulled out of the Connacht game, shortly before kick-off.
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