A truly gorgeous sunset managed to completely overshadow a top rugby match at the weekend.
Wing Martyn Thomas scored tries in both halves as Gloucester beat Edinburgh 23-12 in their Heineken Cup clash at Murrayfield.
Round-up: Connacht produced one of the biggest upsets in the history of the Heineken Cup with a 16-14 win in Toulouse.
Munster moved to the top of Heineken Cup Pool 6 as they swept past a weakened Perpignan team 36-8 at Thomond Park.
Ospreys crashed to a third straight Heineken Cup defeat despite a fiercely-competitive performance against Castres.
Brian O'Driscoll orchestrated a masterful victory for Leinster at Franklin's Gardens as they beat Northampton 40-7.
Ulster beat Treviso 48-0 to tighten their grip at the top of Pool Five
Nick Evans scored 17 points as Harlequins produced one of their finest performances in Europe to win 32-8.
Fly-half Johnny Wilkinson landed a 30-metre drop goal five minutes from time as Toulon beat Exeter 14-19.
Saracens claimed top spot in Heineken Cup Pool 3 with a 39-10 bonus-point victory over Zebre.
An incredible 75-yard gallop by Lions wing Alex Cuthbert clinched Heineken Cup victory for Cardiff Blues.
A plan for a breakaway European competition looked in tatters after French clubs said they would stick with the Heineken Cup.
Ireland's Rory Best broke his forearm in the heartbreaking last-gasp defeat by New Zealand, his province Ulster said.
European rugby's new club competition is will go ahead, said the head of the English Premiership.
Heineken Cup holders Toulon have announced a three-year contract extension for England international flanker Steffon Armitage.
The WRU has offered to centrally contract top internationals like captain Sam Warburton to prevent them being poached.