"Yes, it was good to see him back. He got a little bash on his leg, a dead leg so we took him off so it didn't create any issues for him so he is fully fit."
"But, it was good to see Tins back and playing in a game. I thought he would have been frustrated that he didn't get his hands on the ball enough."
Quizzed on whether Tindall needs more game time in order to build up confidence in his own physical resilience, Redpath was quick to disagree.
"I don't think it's a confidence issue. Four months out is a long time to come back for anyone. He played 40 minutes last week and 60 to 65 today and he looked a bit sharper so again next week is another step in the right direction."
"He's had no repercussions with his hamstring injury. He's been training four weeks with the team, we haven't just thrown him back in after one week. He's been out there and he's been training pretty hard so he doesn't have any problems with it."
"It's just that playing the game is far better that training all the time and that's when you really test yourself."