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Match Preview: Aironi Rugby vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-04-22

For the first time in four years, Leinster will play an away match and only those fans lucky enough to have made the trip over will see it. Leinster fans at home will be reduced to relying on updates from the Magners League website and the OLSC twitter feed. It will be an odd experience as in recent years we've become somewhat spoilt in having all our away matches televised. However the failure of Dahlia TV has left Italian rugby without a host broadcaster and there is no-one there to relay the pictures to RTE or TG4.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Ulster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-04-15

When the final whistle blew last Saturday, the feeling in the Aviva Stadium was more relief than euphoria. The quarter-final against Leicester was a game Leinster always looked like winning, but there was always a doubt in the mind of home supporters. That doubt was due to the try-scoring chances in the first half that were squandered. There was a horrible feeling throughout that blowing those chances would come back to haunt us. When the Tigers finally broke through with three minutes to go, it felt like that prophecy would come true.
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Match Report: Munster Rugby vs Leinster Rugby

by Yvonne Kelly, 2011-04-04

Form goes out the window in derbies and in none more so than those between inter-provincial rivals Leinster and Munster. So often we hear that it's down to whoever wants it more. Looking at the league table it would seem that should have been Leinster. We're fighting it out with Ulster, Ospreys and Cardiff for the three remaining top four places - with Munster already looking good for the top spot.
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Match Preview: Munster Rugby vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-04-01

For the third season in a row, in a fixture specifically requested by the IRFU, Leinster and Munster meet in April, the week before the knock-out stages of European competition commence. It's a savvy piece of scheduling by the blazers, as this match is the closest thing the Magners League has to offer in terms of European intensity. Both teams have done well out of the arrangement in the last two seasons, both winning their respective quarter-finals the following week; Munster beating Ospreys and Northamption, Leinster beating Harlequins and Clermont.
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Match Preview: Newport Gwent Dragons vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-03-25

With the Six Nations over, it's now all Leinster for the rest of the season with no more interruptions from those pesky men in green. Overall it was a disappointing championship for Ireland but at least they finished with a great win and performance against England. Now attention will switch to the Heineken Cup quarter-final against Leicester in the Aviva stadium which is coming up in two weeks time. However Leinster have to concentrate on the Magners League for now because the race for the top four is getting hot.
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