Edinburgh coach Andy Robinson insists Scotland prospect Andy Turnbull is still a work in progress despite him claiming the man-of-the-match award against Connacht.
Turnbull continued his try-scoring form by crossing against the Irish province, as Edinburgh cruised to a comfortable victory in the Magners League.
Scotland flanker Ally Hogg, prop Kyle Traynor - with his first for the club - and Scotland hooker Ross Ford joined Turnbull in notching tries for Robinson's, side while Chris Paterson kicked three conversions and two penalties.
The triumph was a particularly satisfying one given that Hogg'ss late try secured a bonus point - the first Connacht had conceded since November last year.
While content with the victory and the performance of Turnbull, Robinson believes his young flyer can get even better.
Robinson said: "Andy took his try well and what we are working on now, to get him to the next level, concerns when there is less space.
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