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Match Preview: Connacht Rugby vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2011-08-23

Last weekend's match was set up to be a great occasion for us Leinster fans. There was unprecedented interest in a Magners League game at this early stage of the season. The scramble for tickets was intense, all the more so considering it was a Sunday evening fixture, not a popular time for either set of fans.
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Munster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2008-10-01

A full house undeterred by the unusual kick off time crammed into the RDS for the first of this seasons interprovincial matches. Leinster handed debuts to new signings CJ van der Linde and Rocky Elsom. Munster were looking to avenge the two defeats inflicted on them by Leinster in the previous season.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Munster Rugby

by Andrew Farrell, 2008-09-27

There is no doubt Leinster Rugby loves days like this. It won't be long before Van Morrisson is asked to perform on the half way line as the stadium announcer reads out the teams. Great pleasure was taken in hijacking the official site last Monday, loudly boasting the game was "sold out". Leinster versus Munster is big league now. The 18,500 people will make this the most viewed game anywhere in home nations (excluding the Twickenham scramble) so far this season.
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Ospreys

by Jim O'Connor, 2008-09-21

Leinster faced the Ospreys in an early season form test, and they passed, just! It was a night for defences and only two individual moments of brilliance from the left wingers broke the pattern. Yet for all that, Leinster got the win and maintained their early season momentum.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Ospreys

by Jim O'Connor, 2008-09-19

The Magners League has traditionally awoken from its' summer slumber like a grouchy, arthritic old man. It didn't want to be rushed, it wanted to stretch it's legs a little, have a cup of tea and a general dodder about before getting going. This was in a large part due to the Irish management teams' policy of slowly drip-feeding the internationals back in the provincial teams. So September was pretty much a month of development teams with sprinkling of internationals and the quality of the rugby wasn't great.
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