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Leinster and Munster in Europe - a tail of 2 provinces

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So half of Ireland marched into the semi-finals of the premier club competition in world rugby. 1,195 more words

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Leinster v Scarlets: Match Preview

Tomorrow will be the Scarlets’ second appearance in the last four of Europe, and there’s no question that they have gotten there on merit. The Welsh region progressed from the pool stages by playing with skill and invention, and while they don’t have the same rich history in this competition as Leinster, the Aviva Stadium holds no fear for them. 1,519 more words

Champions Cup

Champions Cup Semi-Finals preview

A look ahead to a mouth-watering weekend of rugby

Leinster vs Scarlets

The first match up this weekend promises to be a memorable affair, with two teams very well matched. 1,212 more words

Rugby Union

Leinster v Scarlets - Preview

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After a small break away from posting, we are back in business at the business end of the premier club competition in world rugby. 829 more words

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Blues Talk TV - Episode 295

This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Leinster’s disappointing loss at home to Benetton Rugby before previewing the European Champions Cup clash in the Aviva Stadium against Scarlets.



On a cold, wet, chilly good friday morning in April 1014, the Battle of Clontarf claimed the lives of over 10,000 people. While praying for battle victory, High King Brian Boru (Bryan Boru) was slain in his tent by a passing Viking, Brodir of Man. 156 more words


Myth buster #1: Do Ireland's Best Players Play Away in the Pro 14?

This is the first article looking at the legitimacy of some of the “facts” that you often read in rugby discussions – we will aim to find out if they are true or not. 628 more words