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Match Preview: Wasps vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2016-01-28

There was an element of nervousness in both the crowd and the coaching staff before last week's game against Bath as "Cullen's Cubs" were sent out to do battle with the English Premiership finalists of last season. The nervousness proved to be completely unfounded as each one of the six players starting their first European game played with no fear.
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Bath Rugby

by Yvonne Kelly, 2016-01-17

Leinster faced Bath at the RDS already out of the European competition and with the English side needing a win to keep their hopes alive. Since the European defeats of earlier in the season Leinster's form has improved in the league and most Leinsterfans will have been excited to see the young team given their chance today. With the result immaterial to Leinster it was a chance for the younger players to gain valuable experience at this level and to show Leinsterfans that the future is bright.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Bath Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2016-01-15

After three league wins over the Christmas/New Year period, Leinster now have to complete their European fixtures. In competitive terms their two remaining games are meaningless as Leinster can't progress to the quarter-finals and they won't affect how Leinster are ranked in next year's tournament. However in more intangible terms, the games will still have meaning for Leinster and their players.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs RC Toulonnais

by Jim O'Connor, 2015-12-19

The Christmas game at the Aviva, Leinster's marquee fixture, will now be played in a bizarre atmosphere. The game has been described as a dead rubber, but of course that's only true for the home team. Toulon still badly need the points in what's becoming a very tight three-way battle between them, Wasps and Bath.
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Match Preview: RC Toulonnais v Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2015-12-11

After losing their first two pool matches Leinster are now is a position where they have to win their final four games to have any chance of progressing to the knock-out stages. That's a tough position to be in at the best of times but it gets even worse when you have to take on the current champions in back to back games. Toulon have been the champions of Europe for the past three seasons, buying their success with a dazzling array of big name imports.
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