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That kept the 25-year-old out of action for the remainder of the tournament but with the Warriors chasing a play-off place there is much still to play for.
And the Kiwi-born star, who made his first start from injury last weekend, is itching to get back to business.
"It was great to get my first start under the belt after the injury. It was very frustrating to have my RBS 6 Nations campaign ended in the first game with Ireland," he told the Glasgow Evening Times.
"Mentally you build yourself up for it and for me, this year, it was almost over before it had begun. But the flip side of that is I am back fresh and hungry to play as big a part as I can in the run-in for Glasgow.
"We have hit form at exactly the right time and, after moving into fourth and still having a game in hand over both Ulster in third and Munster in second, the season has reached the business end for us."