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General News: 2nd Annual LSC Table Quiz

by LSC Working Group, 2007-07-18

Those of you who have spent hours upon hours scratching your heads, chewing your pencils or pulling your hair out trying to answer Uncle Mort's Friday Quiz's - the good news is that you can now do it from the comfort of your very own supporters club pub.
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General News: AGM Notice

by LSC Working Group, 2007-08-21

We are pleased to announce the launch of the official Leinster Supporters Club.
The inaugural AGM will be held in Old Belvedere Rugby Club on August 30th at 8pm.
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Match Report: Cardiff Blues vs Leinster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-05-15

Win or bust. That was the task facing Leinster as they arrived in Cardiff on a wet Friday. A bonus point win would seal it, but a win was vital to have hope of succeeding where they had come so close the previous year.

Cardiff provided a bleak welcome as it had been raining heavily for most of the day. Just before kick off however the clouds parted. A good omen? The next eighty minutes would reveal all.
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Match Preview: Cardiff Blues vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-05-10

So it all comes down to this. Leinster go to the Cardiff Arms Park tomorrow night knowing a bonus point win will guarantee them the Magners League title, regardless of what the Ospreys do the next day. If Leinster win without a bonus point they will be depending on the Borders pulling off a major shock by drawing with or beating the Ospreys. Of course the Ospreys have the advantage of knowing exactly what they'll have to do the next day. This is of course ridiculous. Back in 2004 and 2006, when the league came down to the last round of games, all the teams in contention were made to play their final games at the same time. This time however, the League's organisers have bowed to the wishes of the TV broadcasters, a decision that will do nothing for the credibility of the league.
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Border Reivers

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-05-08

Saturday night, was an evening of goodbyes. Leinster were playing their final match at Donnybrook before a move to the RDS for next season. Several playing staff were making their last home appearance and for some spectators it will be the last time they see a Leinster shirt on Will Green, Guy Easterby, Owen Finegan and Reggie Corrigan who added another cap to his record haul. It would also mark the final occasion the Leinster played Borders before the region was wound up. Those in attendance were hoping that on a night of goodbyes Leinster wouldn't bid farewell to their title aspirations too.
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