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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Ospreys

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-03-18

A young Leinster side did the job away to Zebre last week.

Now there's just one more game to play before the final against Munster in the RDS next Saturday the 27th. The following Friday from that they will take on Toulon in the Heineken Champions Cup, so it's a pretty intense period coming up.
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Match Preview: Zebre vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-03-11

After something of a bizarre win over Ulster last week, Leinster earned their place in a fourth Grand Final on the trot.

After beating the Scarlets, Glasgow and Ulster in the last three seasons, this time they'll finally meet Munster with a trophy at stake for the first time since the 2011 Pro12 final. Of course Munster won that day in Thomond Park but that was the last silverware Munster got their hands on.
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Match Preview: Ulster Rugby vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-03-05

It's the big one, the winner-takes-all match to determine who tops group A and takes their place in the final!!!!

That is the line the poor souls at the Pro Rugby PR department were desperate to be writing this week. Unfortunately Ulster's failure to get a four try bonus point in both of their last two games has opened up a six point lead for Leinster.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Glasgow Warriors

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-02-26

Leinster won a tougher than expected game last week against the Dragons to go five points clear at the top of Pool B.

The Dragons were game from the start and Leinster's discipline was poor as they handed the Dragons too many easy points. Every time the vastly superior Leinster pack got rumbling though, they eventually got over for a try. But the Dragons kept them honest and it was no bad thing to have a decently competitive game instead of another handy blowout.
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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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