Borders lock Craig Hamilton plunges over the Leinster line for his first half try.
Leinster full-back Rob Kearney secures a high ball under pressure from Mark Robertson of the Borders.
Ireland's most-capped player, lock Malcolm O'Kelly roars encouragement to his team-mates. Friday's game was the Dubliner's 107th senior appearance for his province.
Body heat from the players combined with mist to create an eery scene in Galashiels. Try scorer Craig Hamilton takes in a lineout (aove).
Some fancy footwork from Leinster centre Gordon D'Arcy sees him get away from two Borders defenders.
Leinster captain Brian O'Driscoll in full flight and about to offload to his centre partner Gordon D'Arcy.
1,661 spectators turned out at Netherdale to watch the Borders claim their first win in the Magners League - that was the Scottish side's biggest crowd of the season, beating the previous best of 1,293 (set against Connacht last month).
The Borders players are jubilant at the final whistle.
The 23-year-old Steve Jones, who partnered man-of-the-match Chris Cusiter at half-back, cannot contain his joy after his late drop goal secured Borders' first win of the league campaign.
**All photos by Dave Gibson for Inpho Photography**