An empty Aviva Stadium may have provided the strangest background but it was the same old story from Leo Cullen’s men who will now quickly turn their attention to Saracens in the Heineken Challenge Cup quarter-final next weekend.
And they will go into that on the back of a 25-match winning run in all competitions, after becoming the first side to win all their games on their way to capturing the PRO14 title.
Their seventh title in the competition was never really questioned by Dan McFarland’s men who were unable to build on a bright opening before Leinster took charge and bossed matters from there to the end in another superb display of controlled rugby.
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September 13, 2020