It will be an all-Irish affair at the GUINNESS PRO12 final on Saturday as, after 22 rounds of tough competition, the two teams that finished top of the table after the regular season - Leinster and Connacht - will face each other at the iconic BT Murrayfield.
It will be an all Irish affair at the GUINNESS PRO12 final on Saturday as, after 22 rounds of tough competition, the two teams that finished top of the table after the regular season - Leinster and Connacht - will face each other at the iconic BT Murrayfield.
As the Leinster squad prepare to to face Ulster in Friday's GUINNESS PRO12 semi-final at the RDS, Jamie Heaslip has spoken about the potency of the northern province's attack and the importance of Leinster backing their defensive systems.
The various head coaches, directors of rugby and player representatives from the four GUINNESS PRO12 semi-finalists were at BT Murrayfield as they prepare to battle for a place in the league final in Edinburgh on Saturday, May 28.
Leinster have issued an injury update following last Saturday's win over Benetton Treviso, with young flanker Josh van der Flier set to miss the GUINNESS PRO12 play-offs and Ireland's upcoming tour to South Africa.
The annual GUINNESS PRO12 Awards took place at the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, this evening. Players, coaches and key personnel from all 12 teams involved in the league were in attendance to celebrate the 2015/16 season.
The Leinster Awards Ball took place on Saturday evening in the Double Tree by Hilton as players past and present celebrated the 2015/16 season to date and said a fond farewell to a number of players who had contributed much to the success of Leinster over the years.
Ulster outplayed Leinster to set up a grandstand finish to the GUINNESS PRO12's regular season, strengthening their grip on fourth place where only the Scarlets can usurp them should Les Kiss' men fail to win next week at the Ospreys.