Talk about intense! Two points: Probably the best the Ospreys have played all season. Cardiff should be absolutely ashamed; they were f***ing diabolical! That said, Ospreys deserved the win and with interest, given they were playing against the referee aswell. Their two tries from Byrne and Tiatia were well taken, but it's obvious that they should have scored more and with ease. Intensity and passion aside, the only remote bit of class came from Henson's little grubber through the Cardiff defence. Apart from that, the game was dominated by handling errors, penalties and kicking contests. Halfpenny and Tom James both made some superb breaks, but there was nothing really on either time due to lack of support. The Ospreys attacks however, all looked threatening because when the first man was beaten, there were three on hand each time to receive the try-scoring pass... Even though some resilient defence, or otherwise poor play from the Ospreys generally stopped them from adding more points. Sadly for the Blues, Ben Blair is injured with a broken hand (o_0), so they'll hope this won't prevent them from progressing in Europe. As for the Ospreys, they played tremendously, destroying Cardiff's pack all afternoon, yet you feel they still didn't leave second gear, and they've left a lot to desire. I still don't think they'll escape their European pool, but opinions aside, you can't fault the fact they're top of the Magners table. I think I'll add that Biggar was poor today. Perhaps he should stop taking training sessions with Hook, because I saw a lot of Hook in Biggar's game today (i.e. poor chips / kicks that weren't on; interception-prone passes).