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Match Preview: Benetton Treviso vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-11-25

First the good news! Thanks to FIRA doing a deal with Italian national broadcaster RAI, and RTE taking their feed, we'll actually be able to see this match. On Leinster's last trip to Italy in Aironi we had to rely on twitter feeds and radio updates which can be pretty frustrating.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-11-18

After six weeks away, Leinster fans will be happy to be back home at the RDS. Heineken Cup games are rare at the RDS these days with so many games being moved to the Aviva for understandable financial reasons. The atmosphere at the new stadium has been generally good but it's not like the special crackle in the air you get on Heineken Cup days at the RDS. Even with the lousy kick off time, 12.45 on a Sunday, there should be a buzz about the place for the visit of Glasgow, who are the surprise group leaders after week one.
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Match Report: Montpellier Herault RC vs Leinster Rugby

by Patrick Fennelly, 2011-11-14

Leinster began their European title defence with a tough away battle with last years French finalists Montpellier. Despite a poor run of form in the Top 14, winning only 2 games of 9 played this season, Montpellier gladly welcomed back their World Cup internationals to the fold right in time for the European champions arrival in town.
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Match Preview: Montpellier Herault RC vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-11-10

So let the case for the defence begin!

For the second time in three years, Leinster begin their campaign as defending Heineken Cup champions. They are looking to become the first team to retain the trophy since Leicester over a decade ago. They are also looking to become the first team ever to win it three times in four years. Of course all Leinster�s main rivals are determined to stop that happening.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Munster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-11-07

If there's one thing to banish the blues of the World Cup and get the provincial juices flowing, it's Leinster v Munster at the Aviva Stadium. The late Friday night kick-off time will probably prevent it from being a complete sell-out but there still should be about around 46,000+ fans present. With the Heineken Cup starting next week, both teams will be looking to up their intensity and performance in this match.
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