That result moved last season's RaboDirect PRO12 finalists up to third in the table, four points behind Leinster and seven behind leaders Munster.
It comes despite having a handful of players away on international duty, although Court prefers to see their absence as a chance for the younger players to stake their claim.
And with just one defeat in ten matches in all competitions stretching back to December 28 against Leinster, the 33-year-old knows the importance of keeping that run going against Scarlets on Friday night.
"Obviously it is a tough period. We have had great momentum and we just have to try and keep that going," said Court.
"In the past we have had a lot of issues with the international period lag, and immediately after we have had a drop in form and it has taken us a few weeks to get back in the swing of things.
"Luckily we haven't had as many injuries this year. It is up to the younger players this year to set up, to fill the void, to take their opportunities and to keep the momentum going."