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Match Preview: Dragons vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-02-18

After an unfamiliar couple of months, Leinster finally returned to the top of their pool with a comfortable win away in Llanelli.

They can't afford to rest on their laurels though as they're still only four points ahead of Ulster, who they will meet in Ravenhill in two weeks time. Before that they have Glasgow next week but first up it's a trip to the Dragons.
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Match Preview: Scarlets vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-01-29

Well it wasn't pretty or even particularly deserved, but Leinster won again last week against Munster to extend the winning run to six games over their old rivals.

Munster got great praise and sympathy in the media for their performance and overall they were the better team for sure. But they never scored again after the first ten minutes and never really looked like scoring another try.
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Match Preview: Munster Rugby vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-01-22

It's been a strange journey to having this match on the traditional last weekend of the European rugby pool stage. Covid initially saw the game scheduled for St. Stephen's Day postponed. But now because the last two weeks of the pool matches are postponed (or cancelled if you believe the English) we now have this weekend free and sure why not play Munster v Leinster?
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Ulster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-01-07

Leinster's winning run in the tournament came to a crashing end when Connacht beat them convincingly last Saturday. Leinster's injury jinx struck again before and during the match and the backline had a particularly callow look by the end of the game.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Connacht Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-01-01

Happy New Year!

Goodbye and good riddance to 2020 and hopefully 2021 will eventually be a lot happier for all of us. However Covid 19 is still a big problem and it hit Leinster last week forcing the cancellation of the Munster game. Two players eventually tested positive and we wish them a speedy recovery.
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