Leinster Rugby

Leinster Rugby

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Leinster Rugby

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Leinster Rugby is an Irish professional rugby union team based in Dublin, representing the Irish Province of Leinster, that competes in the Magners League and Heineken Cup. The team also represents the Irish Rugby Football Union Leinster Branch, which is one of four primary branches of the IRFU and is responsible for rugby union throughout Leinster. The club plays in navy and white and the crest is in the form of a harp. Leinster's traditional home ground is Donnybrook Stadium, in Dublin 4 though the majority of home games are now played at the RDS Arena, however larger games are moved to the Aviva stadium.

Leinster turned professional along with the teams representing the other Irish provinces in 1995 and have competed in the Magners League since it was founded in 2001 having previously competed in the interprovincial championship. Leinster A compete in the British and Irish Cup. Leinster have twice been Magners League champions while 2009 saw Leinster win the Heineken Cup for the first time.

On 21 May 2011 Leinster won their second Heineken Cup with a thrilling 33-22 victory over Northampton Saints.


Amateur Days

The Leinster Branch was formed in, 1879 in a meeting at 63 Grafton Street. In amateur...
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