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Season Preview: Re/Max Leinster League

by Daniel Quinn, 2007-10-04

As we pass through the equinox and our evenings become shorter and shorter, it can only mean one thing to the many provincial clubs around Leinster, the Re/Max Leinster League is almost upon us. With last years worthy champions Naas now plying there trade in Division 3 of the AIL, a Division that is no stronger than Leinster League Division 1 and lacks the intensity of the many derby games that the Leinster league can throw up every winter, there is everything to play for this year.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Llanelli Scarlets

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-10-04

Amidst the doom and depression of Ireland's dismal showing over in France, there was a silver cloud for Leinster fans last Friday.  Leinster's win over in Cardiff was a fantastic result, especially in taking a bonus point home as well.
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Match Report: Cardiff Blues vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-10-11

Leinster continued their great start to the season with a bonus point win in Cardiff. It was Cardiff's first home defeat after a record 17 game winning streak.
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Match Preview: Cardiff Blues vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-09-27

After a good start last weekend, Leinster face a tough trip to Cardiff on Friday night. The Welsh clubs decided to play some early fixtures at the start of September to avoid the fixture congestion that we saw at the end of last season. Cardiff took advantage by winning two from two against the Ospreys and the Dragons. They followed that up with a bonus point win over Glasgow last weekend and look to be in good shape.
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Edinburgh Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-09-24

As first games of the season go, Leinster fans had more than a few reasons to be cheerful leaving the RDS on Saturday evening.  It was far from perfect and they didn't get the bonus point, but compared to previous season's opening games it was a pretty lively display marked by three fine tries.
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