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Match Report: Gloucester vs Leinster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-01-19

Having secured a quarter final berth Leinster travelled to the West of England to take on Gloucester, hoping to secure a home quarter final draw. Leinster had beaten their Premiership counterparts in round one and despite having little to play for Gloucester were keen to gain revenge.
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Match Preview: Gloucester vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-01-19

Having won the group last weekend, Leinster travel to Gloucester hoping for a win to secure a home draw. The fact that any home fixture will almost certainly not take place in Dublin will not dim Leinster's enthusiasm. A "home" fixture, even if it takes place in Ravenhill or in Britain, is still a better option than going into the den of the opposition.
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BOSI - Gloucester Travel Guide

by Robbie O'Connor, 2007-01-19

For all of those travelling to Gloucester this weekend, BOSI have produced a guide to the English town.

The guide can be downloaded by clicking on the link below

BOSI Gloucester Guide

Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Edinburgh

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-01-13

All eyes had been trained on the match between Agen and Gloucester on Friday evening, and following the French team's victory, Leinster knew that victory over their Magners League rivals would bring progress to the last 8. The recent record between these two teams didn't seem to auger well for a Leinster victory with Edinburgh prevailing in 7 of the previous ten contests, the most recent of which saw Leinster lose by a single point at Murrayfield stadium in round two. Donnybrook was the setting for the round 5 match, and the old ground was abuzz with music from the Bective stand and the crowd in full voice awash with flags.
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Ospreys

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-01-06

Focus switched to the traditional hub of Leinster rugby, Donnybrook for this Magners League clash between Leinster and Ospreys. A recent good run had seen Ospreys climb the table to third and Leinster knew that a win could not only close the gap on leaders Ulster but also put daylight between them and the chasing pack.
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