After that the Ospreys wind up their campaign with three away games (v Glasgow, Borders & Dragons) while Leinster are home to Borders and away to Cardiff Blues. And it's that last game that might undo Leinster because the Blues still entertain hopes of winning the title with captain Xavier Rush insisting the Arms Park side have the confidence and momentum to take the Magners League title race right to the wire.
At the Liberty Stadium last night however, Hook scored a try and landed five kicks, made up of three penalties, a conversion and a drop goal, to take the Ospreys above the Blues into third place in the table.
And now the talented 21 year old reckons his side can win the tilte. "
"After last night, we are very much in the title hunt. We knew if we lost down in Stradey, our title hopes would be pretty much gone. That would have been the end of our chances for the league. But weâ00ve got the win, which weâ00re delighted with. The players were determined to put a performance in and thatâ00s what we did. It was a superb effort".
Now we've got a quick turnaround with Leinster. It doesnâ00t get any easier. Weâ00ve just got to put this win on the back burner and focus on that. Itâ00s going to be a huge game. Again, we know that we canâ00t afford to lose. If we lose it, the title will perhaps be out of our reach then. So we need to win on Friday again.â0