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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Northampton Saints

by Patrick Fennelly, 2011-08-23

Despite being heavy favourites, there was still a nervous, looming fear that engulfed Leinster in the run up to Saturday's final with Northampton. Something about the favourties tag doesn't seem to suit Irish sides. Its the expectation that builds the pressure.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Northampton Saints

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-08-23

So here we go again. Two years after Leinster won the Heineken Cup for the first time on a glorious day in Murrayfield, they will attempt to become only the fifth club to win it more than once. Their opponents Northampton will also be looking for their second trophy and the chance to join an elite group comprised of Toulouse, Leicester, Wasps and Munster.
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General News: Women's Rugby; Season Roundup

by Sarah Lennon, 2011-05-19

The seemingly never ending women's rugby season finally came to a conclusion at the weekend. Last season saw the final group games played at the end of March, while this season with the change in format and following the raft of cancellations during the big freeze, the season went on until mid May.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Ulster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-05-12

So Leinster are in endgame mode now with two trophies in their sights and only three games to win to take them both home with them for the summer. With the Heineken Cup final against Northampton coming up next Saturday, it's being a difficult balancing act for Leinster coach Joe Schmidt this week. Leinster's players wouldn't be human if they didn't have one eye on that match, however he's got to keep them focused on the job at hand.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-05-05

What an occasion!

Last week Leinster and Toulouse took to the stage of the Aviva stadium like two grizzled old gladiators. They went to war for 80 minutes and when it was all over, the respect between the two teams was palpable and heart-warming. There was no whining from the Toulouse coach and players, just a tip of the hat from one great team to another. Toulouse had given it everything but the better team had won on the day and they were man enough to admit it rather than trying to deflect the blame onto the referee like certain English teams have done this season. Once again, Toulouse showed their class.
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