Picturedabove: Leinster's Felipe Contepomi, who shifted out to inside centre toaccomodate the inclusion of Christian Warner at out-half, powers overfor the first of his two first half tries.
TheArgentinian, who qualifies as a doctor next April, danced through theDragons rearguard for undoubtedly one of the tries of the season andhis 17th touchdown in 49 league games.
The Pumas star said afterwards: "We didn't play as well in the firsthalf but I thought that in the second half we came back stronger. Whenwe took the lead we didn't give up and defended our in-goal really well.
"I prefer to play at (number) 10, but if the coaches have confidence in me playing at 12 then I'm also happy to play there."
Dragons lock Andrew Hall beats Devin Toner, whowas a late call-up to the Leinster starting line-up, to a lineout ballat Donnybrook. The 20-year-old Toner, who stands at 6ft 10in, replacedthe crocked Cameron Jowitt and earned his third senior cap for theprovince.
Luke Fitzgerald returned from his few days with the Ireland squad to play in his preferred position of full-back for Leinster. Dragons flanker Joe Bearman tries to halt the 19-year-old's progress in what was his seventh league outing.
Stephen Keogh bargeshis way towards the Dragons try line at Donnybrook - the 24-year-oldwill be hoping that his solid form for Leinster in his first nineoutings for the province will have convinced the Irish management togive him a run-out in the upcoming 'A' international between Ireland and Australia.
Brian Blaney's lineout throw is just beyond the grasp of Leinster number 8 Jamie Heaslip, who has 11 Ireland Under-21 caps and 5 Ireland 'A' caps to his name.
Leinster flyer Kieran Lewis takes on Dragons out-half Mike Hercus inmidfield. St. Mary's man Lewis will be hoping to match or better histally of 19 appearances in the league last season, which was hisbusiest campaign since making his provincial debut back in 2002 againstConnacht.
Leinster flanker Keith Gleeson's movements are well tracked by Andrew Hall.Almost five years ago to the day, a then 25-year-old Gleeson made hisdebut for Ireland 'A' against New Zealand at Ravenhill. His Irishsenior caps total currently stands at 25.
Australian out-half Christian Warner getsin for Leinster's third try and his 10th in 38 league games. TheSydney-born back was making his 50th appearance for the province hejoined in 2002.
Fleet-footed winger Gary Brown, whohas been playing for Blackrock College in the AIB League in recentweeks, dives in at the right corner to chalk up Leinster's fourth try,which earned them their third try bonus point of the current leaguerun. It was Brown's fourth try in his last seven league outings.
Jamie Heaslip takesthe ball into contact as he tries to set up field position for thehosts. Heaslip will bid to get back into the reckoning for his first Irish senior cap during the Guinness Autumn Test Series, with clashes with Australia and the Pacific Islands to follow next weekend's visit of South Africa to Lansdowne Road.
**All photos by Dan Sheridan of Inpho Photography**