10 Dec, 10:30
The IRFU and Munster are pleased to announce that Conor Murray has signed a new two-year contract with the IRFU which will see him remain at Munster until at least June 2016.
"We should have closed out the game long before they came back.
"We need to learn how to finish teams off, that's two weeks in-a-row we have let a side come back and beat us," said Bradley.
The scale of the challenge facing Connacht is evident when you look across the pools. Two former Heineken Cup winners - Northampton Saints and Brive - and two of last season's Heineken Cup semi-finalists, London Irish and Saracens, all top their European Challenge Cup Pools with two rounds of matches to go.
They are joined by last season's tournament finalists Worcester Warriors in the race for quarter-final qualification with the five pool winners and three best runners-up going through to the knock-out stages.
Bradley has urged his men to bounce back and nail a place in the last-eight of the European Challenge Cup when they play London Irish and Dax over the next two weekends.
"We need a win and probably a bonus point from those two games and that is what we have to concentrate now.
"We will be taking the two games as a pair. We know what we need from them and that is now the focus of our attention," he added.