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Edinburgh came from behind for an unlikely Celtic League victory over an erratic Leinster at Donnybrook. The visitors won with an injury-time penalty from out-half Brendan Laney following the dismissal of centre DavidQuinlan for foul play. Gary Ella's side were 14 points in front in the final quarter, before a Laney-inspired Edinburgh scored two late tries to level by the 84th minute. Leinster's tries came from scrum-half Brian O'Riordan while Gordon D'Arcy scored his first two of the tournament.
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Glasgow hurtled to earth with a bump at Hughenden as dark horses Connacht completed their dream treble over Scotland's pro teams this season. Joe Beardshaw's opened the scoring for Glasgow helped by Moffat with a try. But,
McHugh banged over two more penalties and converted a try by substitute wing Matt Mostyn to leave the home side in trouble. Their third try was claimed by wing Conor McPhillips, with McHugh completing his conversion hat-trick.
Glasgow eventually broke through with a score by Graeme Morrison and a Lee Harrison effort, converted by substitute Dan Parks. But the home side were never really in the hunt as Connacht took the points.
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Celtic League Results:
Glasgow 19-30 Connacht Leinster 30-33 Edinburgh Ulster 37-18 Dragons Scarlets 27-22 Warriors Borders 22-20 Blues