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Match Report: Glasgow Warriors - Leinster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-04-16

Leinster travelled to Scotland for the third time this season in the Magners League looking to banish their poor away form. Leinster were favourites, having not lost to Glasgow in five years, and were looking to consolidate their lead at the summit of the league.
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Match Preview: Glasgow Warriors vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-04-05

It wasn't supposed to end like that. It was set up to be another memorable day. The sun was shining, the beer was flowing and the burgers were being wolfed down in fine style. On the terrace, the singing and chanting in the build-up to the game was raucous. The stunned look on the faces of the Wasps fans suggested they had never seen anything like it. The singing continued through the first half when Leinster battled hard but were fortunate to be only 13-10 behind. At half-time we were quite confident that a typical Cheika bollocking would sort out Leinster and they would triumph, especially with the Wasps talisman Lawrence Dallaglio in the sin-bin for the first ten minutes of the second half. Victory would surely be ours......
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Match Report: London Wasps vs Leinster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-04-03

Adams Park, High Wycombe was the setting of this Heineken Cup quarter final between the 2004 champions Wasps and Leinster. Leinster were without Brian O'Driscoll and the side was captained by Felipe Contepomi in his absence.
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Match Preview: London Wasps vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-03-30

Leinster head to High Wycombe this weekend for their Heineken Cup quarter-final against Wasps. They do so on the back of a mixed performance against Connacht last Saturday evening. They started poorly and trailed 16-3 after 20 minutes. However they rallied well and out-scored the men from the West 17-0 in the second half to record a 30-21 victory. At the time of writing the Leinster team has not been announced but it's likely that the 22 will be unchanged from last week.
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