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#Leinster

# leinster - Saturday 15 December, 2018

As it happened: Leinster v Bath, Heineken Champions Cup Minute-by-Minute This post contains a poll

As it happened: Leinster v Bath, Heineken Champions Cup

The defending champions delivered a comprehensive performance to secure a bonus-point victory at the Aviva Stadium.

# leinster - Monday 10 December, 2018

Leinster find a way as Bath promise to go 'full metal jacket' for return leg

Leo Cullen’s side have breakdown issues to fix before the Premiership side visit Dublin.

# leinster - Sunday 9 December, 2018

James Ryan man of the match again as Leinster battle to satisfying win

The 22-year-old was top of the tackle and carry charts for Leo Cullen’s side once again.

Academy prop Eric O'Sullivan shining with opportunity in Ulster

The 23-year-old has come through the AIL with Trinity and Banbridge.

# leinster - Saturday 8 December, 2018

Sexton's calf a concern as Leinster emerge from 'mixed' display with victory

Head coach Leo Cullen and his team will take some pride in winning on the road.

Larmour's intercept try crucial as Leinster squeeze out away win in Bath

Leo Cullen’s side weren’t at their best in tricky conditions but found a way to win.

'We have to take safety seriously' - Bath apologise for confiscating Leinster flags

The English Premiership side said the flags were ‘tested against three safety criteria and failed all three, including fire’.

As it happened: Bath v Leinster, Heineken Champions Cup

The champions travelled to the Rec for a crunch European tie.

Leinster bid to put European defence back on winning track in Bath

‘We know there’s not that much room for error across the course of the games.’

# leinster - Friday 7 December, 2018

Leavy starts at 8 as Leinster hand 12 shirt to Reid for Bath trip

Leo Cullen has recalled his Ireland front-liners for tomorrow’s visit to the Rec.

'Any time there is medication involved everyone needs to be very, very cautious'

Leinster coach Leo Cullen underlined the quality of the province’s medical team.

# leinster - Thursday 6 December, 2018

'He's telling me he's very happy at the moment anyway' - Cullen on Lancaster's Leinster future

Leo Cullen and Leinster remain hopeful that Stuart Lancaster will stay with the province.

# leinster - Saturday 1 December, 2018

Ross Byrne stars as Leinster romp to victory at Rodney Parade

Leo Cullen’s second-string side scored nine tries away to Dragons on Saturday evening.

# leinster - Friday 30 November, 2018

Ross Byrne returns and debut on the cards as Leinster team named for Dragons clash

Leo Cullen has shown his hand, with 20-year-old Paddy Patterson on the bench.

The South Kerry impact that helped the Laois footballers to make progress in 2018

Colm Begley on the impact Kerry native John Sugrue had on the Leinster side.

# leinster - Thursday 29 November, 2018

'It taught me to enjoy rugby because there's a lot of worse jobs you could be doing'

Towering Connacht lock Gavin Thornbury has been involved in Ireland training under Joe Schmidt.

# leinster - Monday 26 November, 2018

2018 the year when Johnny Sexton showed his permanent class

The Ireland and Leinster out-half was crowned World Rugby Player of the Year on Sunday evening.

# leinster - Sunday 25 November, 2018

Johnny Sexton crowned World Rugby Player of the Year

What an achievement.

History makers! The first Longford club to reach a Leinster senior club football final

Mullinalaghta claimed a comfortable semi-final win over Carlow’s Éire Óg this afternoon.

# leinster - Thursday 22 November, 2018

'The next big thing is the Six Nations. We’re not thinking about the World Cup'

Johnny Sexton was named Guinness Rugby Writers Player of the Year last night.

# leinster - Monday 19 November, 2018

Just a dead leg for O'Mahony after magnificent performance against New Zealand

The IRFU revealed that a neck strain kept Dan Leavy from facing the All Blacks.

Dublin All-Ireland football winner hits 3-3 from play in first senior club hurling start in Leinster semi-final

Colm Basquel starred as Ballyboden defeated Coolderry yesterday in Parnell Park.

# leinster - Thursday 15 November, 2018

Leinster back Joe Tomane ruled out of action for up to five months

The 28-year-old Wallaby has undergone a hamstring procedure.

# leinster - Tuesday 13 November, 2018

'It would have tainted it a bit getting knocked out first round in Leinster after winning the Dublin championship'

Paul Mannion and Kilmacud are aiming to make their mark in Leinster.

# leinster - Sunday 11 November, 2018

Carlow and Longford champions set up novel Leinster club semi-final clash

St Columba’s and Éire Óg both claimed quarter-final victories today.

# leinster - Thursday 8 November, 2018

1998 Dublin title with Kilmacud, 2005 Meath title with Dunboyne and now manager as clubs meet in Leinster

Robbie Brennan has an insight to both clubs before Sunday’s clash in Navan.

# leinster - Sunday 4 November, 2018

Leinster semi-final pairings starting to take shape as Wexford and Offaly champions march on

Naomh Éanna will face Kilkenny’s Ballyhale Shamrocks in their semi-final, while Coolderry also progressed.

# leinster - Saturday 3 November, 2018

O'Loughlin stepping up to lead fresh-faced Leinster back-line

The centre was disappointed to miss out on Joe Schmidt’s Ireland squad, but knows what he needs to do to get back in the picture.

'I've exceeded a few of my own expectations over the last few years'

Andrew Porter starts for Ireland against Italy today in Chicago.

# leinster - Friday 2 November, 2018

'A lot of lads have been waiting for this opportunity': Leinster off Broadway, but understudies ready to shine

Loosehead Ed Byrne has a tough time forcing his way into Leinster’s matchday squad when Cian Healy and Jack McGrath are around.

# leinster - Wednesday 31 October, 2018

Fit and firing Josh van der Flier looking to play 'old-school seven role'

The 25-year-old has returned from a long-term ACL injury in impressive fashion.

Contepomi determined to help Leinster become the best team in the world

The former Puma is not trying to add the free-running Jaguares ethos to Leinster, just to tweak the province’s excellent structure.

# leinster - Saturday 27 October, 2018

Much-changed, but Leinster highly-motivated to bounce back in Italy

Johnny Sexton doesn’t believe a loss is necessary to spur Leinster into action, but they have a fine record of rebounding after defeat.

# leinster - Thursday 25 October, 2018

'I’m looking all across the world': Van Graan refutes suggestion Munster target Leinster talent

Leo Cullen took umbrage with rival provinces following the loss of Nick McCarthy to the southern province.

# leinster - Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Toulouse's stunning winning try against Leinster started with clever homework

Louis-Benoît Madaule turned a Leinster trait against them.

Cronin hopes to move on with Ireland call after Leinster's slip in Toulouse

The Limerick man scored a try in Leinster’s disappointing defeat to Toulouse on Sunday.

# leinster - Sunday 21 October, 2018

'It was a huge occasion for them and you could see what it meant to them'

Leinster boss Leo Cullen rued his team’s inaccuracies as they came up short in Toulouse.

Leinster brought back down to earth with narrow defeat to thrilling Toulouse

Leo Cullen’s side led only once at Stade Ernest Wallon and came up short on a 28-27 scoreline.

As it happened: Toulouse v Leinster, Champions Cup

We went minute-by-minute as the four-time champions met in France.

Attacking champions Leinster keen for even better in Toulouse

Leo Cullen’s side were looking to build on the eight-try rout of Wasps.

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