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Match Report: Leinster 'A' vs Currie

by David Harold, 2011-01-25

On a calm and fresh Sunday, perfect conditions for rugby, the Leinster "Assassins" took on Currie from Edinburgh in the British and Irish cup. Leinster were looking to follow on from their dramatic win the week before against Worcester Warriors to stake a claim for the next round. Currie on the other hand were coming into the game in poor form in the competition only gaining a solitary point for their efforts.
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Match Report: Racing Metro 92 vs Leinster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2011-01-24

A small but merry band of Leinster supporters congregated in the Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir in Colombes to watch Leinster take on Racing Metro on a cold Friday night. As a supporter it was a strange experience being on a temporary stand in a stadium that once held 60,000 people and hosted the National Team.
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Match Preview: Racing Metro 92 vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-01-24

When Leinster's pool was announced last summer there was a general consensus that qualification might be beyond them. Clermont were the French Champions, Saracens were the English Premiership runners up and Racing Metro 92 were another big French club with loads of money. Surely with teams of this quality, it would just be a bridge too far?
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Saracens

by Patrick Fennelly, 2011-08-23

Despite the driving wind that made play difficult for people to walk, let alone play rugby, the masses filed into to the RDS to see if Leinster could confirm a place in the quarter finals against the current English second ranked club, Saracens.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Saracens

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-08-23

Leinster enter round five of their toughest pool ever in the Heineken Cup with the finish line in sight. Their three wins and a losing bonus point in their first four matches has put them in prime position to win the pool, but they still have work to do to qualify for the quarter-finals. Assuming Clermont beat a weakened Racing Metro line-up tonight but don't get a four-try bonus point, a Leinster win tomorrow will win them the group. If Clermont do win with a bonus point, Leinster will have to win with a bonus point themselves in order to top the pool with a game to spare. As the Clermont match is on tonight, Leinster will know exactly what they need to do come kick-off, but you get the feeling that Joe Schmidt will just be happy with a win of any sort.
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