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Match Report: Brive vs Leinster Rugby

by Leinster Zulu, 2009-10-18

European champions Leinster recorded their first win of this season's Heineken Cup with a comfortable 36-13 victory over French side Brive on Saturday.
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Match Preview: Brive vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2009-10-18

First rule of the Heineken Cup Qualification is you don't lose your home games.

Second rule of Heineken Cup Qualification is YOU DON'T LOSE YOUR HOME GAMES!!!!!
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs London Irish

by Danthefan, 2009-10-11

Leinster's Heineken Cup defence got off to the worst possible start on Friday night with a 9-12 defeat to superb London Irish. It is a cardinal rule of the HEC that in order to reach the knockout stages of the competition you must win your home games, and Leinster now have a mountain to climb if they're going to reach the quarter finals of the competition.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs London Irish

by Jim O'Connor, 2009-10-11

Leinster kick off their defence of the Heineken Cup against London Irish this Friday evening. After last week's destruction of Munster, Leinster will be full of confidence. However, good at that performance was, they must put it out of their minds because that victory will feel pretty hollow were they to slip up in the next two weeks.
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Munster Rugby

by hands away, 2009-10-05

"Once off? my d'arse"

Leinster simply out classed their southern neighbours tonight and in doing so put to bed any whispers murmuring around outside the sold out RDS before this evening's derby that "that day" in croker was only a once off. In fact the similarities to last May were uncanny, both centres O'Driscoll and D'arcy added to their tallies and of coarse the score that put the game to bed again came giftwrapped by way of an intercept as a result of Munster chasing the game, courtesy of Shane Horgan. The interpro that was once described as "showponies vs. cart horses", to continue the equine analogy was more like thoroughbreds vs. dressage steeds - more fitting of the of the royal showground surroundings.
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