[The Independent] - Morgan Parra, France's World Cup fly-half, returns to the more familiar realm of scrum-half for the highly-fancied Clermont at Ravenhill. David Skrela wears the No 10 jersey. Lee Byrne and Nathan Hines are also in the visitors' ranks.
[Telegraph.co.uk] - As for Clermont, too many of their star names simply could not live with Ulster's pressure game and Morgan Parra lost his composure on several occasions, while their three place-kickers, Parra, David Skrela and Brock James, hardly covered themselves in
[ESPNScrum.com] - And Ellis has earmarked Morgan Parra's switch to fly-half as an example of where the English coaching set-up have perhaps missed a trick in the past. "With all the rumblings around the RFU at the moment there could well be a few changes, and especially
[ESPNScrum.com] - the same success-rate as France's Morgan Parra (12/14). O'Gara missed a conversion in the match against the United States and another in the match against Russia. He also missed a penalty shot against Italy. O'Gara was also pipped by Wales's Stephen
[The Rugby Blog (blog)] - It was, also, his knee that had Morgan Parra seeing stars. Became the force for driving forwards; made several impressive attacks on the French line with ball in hand. Made tackle after tackle, and was strong in the set piece. Andrew Hore continued the
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK (blog)] - He is so effective at the breakdown, providing plenty of quick ball to the backs, laying the ball off to the forwards and creating space for Morgan Parra. Another revelation at this World Cup, he even made more tackles than his captain Sam Warburton.