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#Leinster

# leinster - Friday 15 June, 2018

'Only Tadhg could have told you how good Tadhg could be': Beirne built for international rugby after testing road to the top

Ahead of his Ireland debut, we spoke to some of the people who moulded Tadhg Beirne and first put his athleticism to work.

# leinster - Wednesday 13 June, 2018

'I look down the back of the bus and there’s Claw, fag in his mouth, puffing away!'

Australian second row John Langford had a major influence on Munster during his three years with the province.

# leinster - Thursday 7 June, 2018

Cork-connected Wallabies out-half Foley lauds Cheika's influence

The former Leinster head coach has brought his squad together despite a period of transition.

# leinster - Monday 4 June, 2018

Leinster's Ross Byrne has earned his shot with Ireland in Australia

Joe Schmidt said the out-half was happy to stay at home when offered the chance to move to Ulster.

# leinster - Friday 1 June, 2018

'It's still quite raw at the moment but I'm happy that I made the right decision'

Joey Carbery explains why he has decided to move to Munster ahead of next season.

# leinster - Tuesday 29 May, 2018

Leinster close in on Wallabies international Joe Tomane

The Montpellier man has been primarily used as a centre in the last two seasons.

'I'm going to get very greedy next year': World Cup and everything in between the target for Sean O'Brien

The back row is having to busy himself with rehab and racing before approaching a comeback in the new season.

# leinster - Sunday 27 May, 2018

'The sooner a decision is made the better for everyone involved'

Leinster man Joey Carbery’s future looks set to be decided in the coming days.

Masterful Sexton pulls the strings as Leinster learn how to do the double

‘These young guys are so lucky that they’re surrounded by such good coaches.’

# leinster - Saturday 26 May, 2018

'Seeing this guy lift the trophy is the thing that gives me most satisfaction'

Leinster’s captain lasted only 18 minutes but retires with the province on top of Europe.

Sexton sensational as Leinster smash Scarlets to secure historic double

Jordan Larmour’s sublime solo try was among the highlights of a stunning Leinster performance in Dublin.

As it happened: Leinster v Scarlets, Pro14 final Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Leinster v Scarlets, Pro14 final

We were at the Aviva Stadium as the province looked to complete a historic Pro14-Champions Cup double.

James Ryan: The great-grandson of a 1916 Easter Rising rebel

The Leinster lock’s great-grandfather was a founding member of the Irish Volunteers and Fianna Fáil.

'That defeat will stay with me, I'll be thinking about that situation' - county focus after club agony

John Heslin is looking ahead with Westmeath as the 2018 championship dawns.

Leinster look to complete historic double against ever-dangerous Scarlets

The Welsh region have focused on bringing far more physicality to bear this time around.

'He loves this place. It’s been good to him and he’s been good for Leinster'

Isa Nacewa will retire after today’s Guinness Pro14 final against the Scarlets.

# leinster - Friday 25 May, 2018

Back row a tricky pick for Leinster as Cullen's key leaders passed fit

Johnny Sexton and Isa Nacewa are fit to start the Pro14 final against the Scarlets.

# leinster - Thursday 24 May, 2018

Analysis: Leinster have to be wary that Scarlets' old habits die hard

The Welsh region possess a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it ability to score tries.

# leinster - Wednesday 23 May, 2018

'I'd like to think that I have a lot more to give' - Leinster's Larmour looking up

The 20-year-old will travel to Australia but hopes to finish his Leinster season with another medal.

The 'brothers' culture that has been a key part of Leinster's rebuild

‘It’s something the players came up with and we’ve seen that when we’re at our most distressed on the field.’

# leinster - Monday 21 May, 2018

Analysis: Conan's Lowe-assisted try shows Leinster at their basic best

The eastern province’s basic skills were superior to Munster’s in the Pro14 semi-final.

'We want him to stay' - Leinster still hoping Carbery remains amidst Munster interest

The 22-year-old out-half has a big decision in front of him ahead of next season.

Leinster hopeful on Sexton, Leavy and Nacewa but Henshaw is doubtful

The influential quartet are injury concerns ahead of the Guinness Pro14 final against Scarlets.

'I think it’s serious' - Concern for Munster's O'Donoghue after knee injury

The Munster back row had been pushing for a place on Ireland’s summer tour of Australia.

'Everyone wants to be Isa... he's a god amongst men' - James Lowe

Leinster want to send their captain off in style with another trophy this weekend.

# leinster - Saturday 19 May, 2018

Leinster's fresh faces make their presence truly felt against Munster

The likes of James Lowe and Jack Conan came in to make a big impact in the win over Munster.

Leinster edge thrilling clash with Munster to secure Pro14 final against Scarlets

It came down to the very death, but Leinster are still on for the double.

Fired-up Munster get first shot at toppling European champions Leinster

There’s a place in the Guinness Pro14 final at stake at the RDS this afternoon.

# leinster - Friday 18 May, 2018

Ref review: Were the big calls in the Champions Cup final correct?

We asked a current referee to review some of the incidents from Leinster’s narrow win over Racing.

'We're always looking' - Leinster considering move for foreign signing Niq

'We're always looking' - Leinster considering move for foreign signing

Montpellier pair Joe Tomane and Jesse Mogg are understood to be available this summer.

Robbie Henshaw out for 'a few weeks' but should to be fit for Ireland tour

Meanwhile, Johnny Sexton withdrew from the clash with Munster due to calf tightness.

# leinster - Thursday 17 May, 2018

Munster's settled centre could hold the key in Pro14 semi

Fatigue may or may not be a factor for Leinster, but they will be without key personnel in their defensive setup.

# leinster - Wednesday 16 May, 2018

Munster return 1,000 tickets ahead of Leinster semi-final at the RDS

The eastern province yesterday confirmed the returns from the away allocation.

'I don’t need to convince them, they believe it': Munster relishing task of toppling Leinster

After the problematic performances against Racing and Edinburgh, Munster must deliver to keep their season alive until the final week.

# leinster - Tuesday 15 May, 2018

Tighthead Heffernan moves from Leinster to grow Irish presence in Nottingham

The Clifden native advanced through the Leinster schools system and was a big presence for Ireland U20s in 2014 and 2015.

South African Berry installed as referee for Leinster v Munster

The official in his first season in the league will be assisted by Welsh touch judges.

O'Mahony unwilling to sit back hoping history repeats on post-final Leinster

The Munster skipper is keen to measure up against the new champions when he makes his RDS bow.

# leinster - Monday 14 May, 2018

Analysis: How Leinster dug out the win in a compelling final five minutes

The Champions Cup final came down to the very death in Bilbao but Leinster found a way.

'When I first saw him, he was a string bean. He was tall, he was talented'

James Ryan has had a sensational season with Leinster and Ireland, and there may be more to come.

'Munster, with the prep they’ll have had, they’ll have got the edge'

Leinster know their inter-provincial rivals will be keen to cut them down after European glory.

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