Skipper looking forward to "winner takes all"

After helping his side secure their place in the Grand Final, Ryan Jones says it is set to be a great spectacle whoever the Ospreys face in two weeks.

Speaking shortly after the final whistle on Friday night, Jones commented:

“It was a big game, a tough game, and I thought they boys did a pretty professional job. We made some errors, but we didn’t let it get to us and I think we thoroughly deserved to win. I think throughout the year we’ve shown glimpses of being the team that we want to be and can be, and this is what it’s about, the end of the season with everything to play for.

“It was pretty physical to be honest, it was a great competition and I think it made for a great semi-final. This is what play-offs are all about. There were swings in the way it was going, Glasgow were big, physical and they were definitely uncompromising and I’d guess it made for good viewing.

“I’ll be cheering on Munster so that we can hopefully get a home final, but look, both these teams know what it’s about don’t they? They know what it takes to win cup finals, whoever we end up playing will bring vast experience with them. I’m sure it will be a fantastic game between them on Saturday night, but we can’t worry who does what. We have to fancy our chances against anyone. We’ve got great players ourselves who have won things and we need to back ourselves. It’s going to be a one off game and winner takes all.

“You have to give credit to the way that the play-offs have brought extra excitement. We’ve put ourselves in a position where we’ve taken it to the final game with everything to play for. It kept the season alive for us and others, and I’m sure that the final will be a great spectacle and a real advert for the Magners League.”