Leinster stormed back to the top of the Pro12 summit on Saturday with a 45-9 thrashing of Scarlets.
— PRO12RUGBY (@PRO12rugby) March 4, 2017
Third-placed Munster left it late to secure a 23-13 win at Cardiff Blues.
Cardiff led by 10 points when Steve Shingler converted Aled Summerhill’s 48th-minute score, but tries from Francis Salli and Conor Oliver turned things around.
Oliver’s score came with three minutes remaining, just after Rory Scannell had booted a drop goal to put Munster ahead for the first time.
Glasgow Warriors thumped the struggling Dragons 47-17 at Scotstoun in Saturday’s other fixture.
The Scottish side fell behind to a Rynard Landman try and were only four points to the good at the interval, before running away with the game in the second half.
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