19 May, 13:05
'Vos is a world-class player. You expect him to be a bit tidy, and he was.
'As for Greenwood, he's a very talented player, and I might have trouble getting the No. 10 shirt back off him.
'He's away on international duty for three weeks. I know he fancies another go there on a dry day.'
Bath co-coach Brian Smith speaking after his side's 9-18 defeat by NEC Harlequins:
'It wasn't a very professional performance.
'Individual handling errors let us down, we butchered some great scoring opportunities.
'We have tried to provide stability. But what it really comes down to from now is that we cannot persist any more with people if they cannot perform.'
Saracens coach Wayne Shelford admitted his side deserved to lose after they failed to build on a commanding first-half display against Leeds Tykes:
'I thought at half-time it was a game we had to show a lot of character to win,
'We just did not convert pressure into points. We panicked a bit.
'We lost four turnover tries over the line, and you can't do that in this competition. It was schoolboy stuff.
'Our skill level let us down. There were some great individual performances, but it was not a good team effort.'
Caerphilly coach Mark Ring after the loss to Neath: 'We were the architects of our own downfall. The referee Stuart Dickinson did a good job in very harsh conditions. He kept the game flowing which made a nice change.
'We gave away some silly tries and that cost us the game.
Ebbw Vale coach Mike Ruddock after his side's 6-7 loss to Bridgend: 'We did very well in the first half but couldn't keep it going for the whole match.
'But let's not take anything away from Bridgend they played very well.'
London Wasps coach Shaun Edwards, after the three-point loss to Leicester:
'In the end it came down to penalties. I felt the difference between the two sides was that their line-up was so much better than ours.
'Neither side had many chances and we just weren't smart enough.'