Leinster 19/20

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Re: Leinster 19/20

Post by thecrouch » Sun Sep 20, 2020 12:05 pm

That Saracens team would do a serious job on us. They are immense.
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Re: Leinster 19/20

Post by Aird » Sat Sep 26, 2020 11:59 am

Leinster gloss has lost some of its shine with the Saracens defeat at the Aviva, the Irish Times suggesting their success only comes with a series of NIQ players bringing an impact. The unpopular decision not to allow any video of their home Leinster A fixture against Ulster probably ironically proved to be the right decision when Ulster won 14- 29 at the RDS. It is interesting to see that other provinces have their problems too especially after the glowing endorsement from Phillip Browne earlier in the week.

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Re: Leinster 19/20

Post by Aird » Sat Sep 26, 2020 11:59 am

Leinster gloss has lost some of its shine with the Saracens defeat at the Aviva and the Irish Times suggesting their success only comes with a series of NIQ players bringing an impact. The unpopular decision not to allow any video of their home Leinster A fixture against Ulster probably ironically proved to be the right decision when Ulster won 14- 29 at the RDS. It is interesting to see that other provinces have their problems too especially after the glowing endorsement from Phillip Browne earlier in the week.

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Re: Leinster 19/20

Post by Cormac » Thu Oct 22, 2020 8:29 pm

Dan Leavy on the bench tomorrow. Great to see him make his way back from the horrendous injury he suffered. He's joined on the bench by David Hawkshaw who will make his Leinster debut should he get on. He captained the U-20's in their first three games in 2019 before picking up a serious injury in training before the France game that kept him out of the game for 18 months.

Team to play Zebre: Jimmy O'Brien; Tommy O'Brien, Liam Turner, Ciaran Frawley, Dave Kearney; Harry Byrne, Luke McGrath; Peter Dooley, Dan Sheehan, Michael Bent; Ross Molony, Devin Toner; Josh Murphy, Scott Penny, Rhys Ruddock (c)

James Tracy, Michael Milne, Ciaran Parker, Jack Dunne, Scott Fardy, Hugh O'Sullivan, David Hawkshaw, Dan Leavy

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