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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Cardiff Blues

by Jim O'Connor, 2014-09-25

Leinster suffered another one of those annoying defeats in Galway last week. After a pretty handy win over the Scarlets, they actually started the game extremely well and looked set to steamroller Connacht through the pack. However the early momentum was lost through a series of mistakes from the half-backs and Connacht showed immense guts to hang on in there.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Scarlets

by Jim O'Connor, 2014-09-12

It was back to normal for Leinster last week as they lost their opening day fixture. Last season, they broke a tradition stretching back years that Leinster must lose on the road the first day out with a very entertaining win over the Scarlets. This raised expectations for a season of enterprising rugby that was rarely borne out. So last week was a return to tradition with a rubbish performance that there can only be improvement from (hopefully).
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors

by Jim O'Connor, 2014-05-30

Leinster take on Glasgow Warriors tomorrow evening looking to be become the first team to retain the Celtic League/Magners League/Pro12/whatever you're having yourself trophy. Whatever it's been called, Leinster have been in every Grand Final since the league switched to the play-off structure in 2009. Of the five finals, four have been in the RDS, although last year's was only switched to there as Ravenhill's redevelopment wasn't complete in time.
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General News: Leo & Brian: True Blue Legends

by Jim O'Connor, 2014-05-29

"It's something unpredictable, but in the end is right,

I hope you had the time of your life." - Green Day

Get the hankies ready, because this is definitely it, the last time Leinster fans will get to see Leo Cullen or Brian O'Driscoll take the field in a competitive rugby match.
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Match Preview: Leinster 'A' vs Leeds Carnegie RFC

by Jim O'Connor, 2014-05-22

Like the senior team with the Pro12, Leinster's second team also have a chance to successfully defend the trophy they won last year. This time however, they'll get a chance to do it at home in front of a bumper home crowd with Leinster's first team having no involvement in a European final for the first time since 2010.
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