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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Ospreys

by Jim O'Connor, 2007-01-06

Leinster meet the Neath-Swansea Ospreys this weekend hoping to maintain the pressure on leaders Ulster. The win over Ulster on New Year's Eve cut their lead to three points and Leinster will be looking to maintain the charge. With the bizarre scheduling of the Magners League, Leinster's next four games are all at home. Then in April four out of our last five games are away from home. It's a tough run-in so it's vital that Leinster win the next four home games starting with tomorrow evening
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Match Report: Leinster Rugby vs Ulster

by Sarah Lennon, 2006-12-31

An incredible 48,000 people packed into Lansdowne road for the last ever match to be played at the old stadium, smashing the Celtic League record. The "Last Stand" took a while to get started however, as match was played in conditions familiar to many of Lansdowne's patrons over the years, with a whipping wind and sheets of rain. Many players will have played their final game at Lansdowne Road and for one of those David Humphreys, the game finished prematurely as he retired with a shoulder injury after just 5 minutes had expired.
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Match Report: Munster vs Leinster Rugby

by Sarah Lennon, 2006-12-27

Leinster took on Munster for the first time in over ten years in Thomond Park, hoping to keep touch with the top of the Magners League leaderboard. The lineup saw a full start for Jonathan Sexton, with a return to the bench for Felipe Contepomi following injury. Sexton settled well and put Leinster into an early lead with a 5th minute penalty.
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Match Report: Ulster vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2006-12-02

Leinster were hoping to continue their current vein of good form, at a venue where they have a good recent record.
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Match Preview: Ulster vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2006-12-02

Every generation has a moment when they can remember exactly where they were when they heard the news. For an older generation it was the assassination of JFK. For a slightly younger generation it was
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