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Match Report: Leinster Rugby A vs Ulster Rugby A

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-10-21

The first inter-provincial match of the new season took place in the grounds of Old Belvedere RFC where Leinster A played Ulster A. Leinster A were boasting a team made up of many players who had already featured in the Magners League for the first team this season and Ulster welcomed David Humphries back from the injury that had sidelined him this season.
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Weekly Preview: Re/Max Leinster League - Week 2

by Daniel Quinn, 2007-10-18

Our weekly preview of the Re/Max Leinster League.
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General News: October Update from the OLSC

by Official Leinster Supporters Club, 2007-10-18

In line with our protocol, the committee of the Official Leinster Supporters Club (OLSC) wish to update members on our progress since the inaugural AGM on 30 August.

We have had a number of meetings with Leinster Rugby to plan supporter events for the season ahead.
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Match Report: Glasgow Warriors vs Leinster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2007-10-14

Leinster traveled to Glasgow with internationals Malcolm O'Kelly and Shane Horgan back in tow and it was Boyne man Horgan who captained the team for the first time. Fionn Carr made his Magners League debut coming in for Luke Fitzgerald who was a late withdrawal.
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Match Preview: Glasgow Warriors vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O' Connor, 2007-10-11

Once again the Leinster - Llanelli fixture featured a glut of tries.  Unfortunately for Leinster, this time it was the Scarlets who got the lions' share of them.  The first half was competitive enough, indeed had Jonny Sexton's kicking been better, Leinster could even had taken a lead into half-time.  There were warning signs there though, especially at the breakdown.  However, the second half defensive collapse left the Leinster fans stunned.  Most Leinster fans were excited when the young, promising back-line was named but the flip-side to this was the lack of experienced heads to steady the ship once things started going wrong.
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