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    the only team to lose two semi finals on their home ground?

    I cant think of anyone else to lose a home qf and two home sf?

    Just watching sf from last year, and we really did hammer
    them,considering the injuries we had.

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      #3

      Leinster have never played a semi final in their home ground

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        They lost to Cardiff, USAP and Munster at Lansdowne Road - Leinster's home ground is, of course, in Donnybrook, but then a bandwaggoner wouldn't be expected to know that.
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          Only one to have lost 3 semis in thier home city then? Stade Francais
          perhaps?
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            #6
            Funny that donnybrook is your home ground, when was the last time you played a hec match there?
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              Originally posted by Old Dog




              They lost to Cardiff, USAP and Munster at Lansdowne Road -
              Leinster's home ground is, of course, in Donnybrook, but then a
              bandwaggoner wouldn't be expected to know that.
              Neither would the ERC:

              http://www.ercrugby.ie/eng/13_5544.php

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                #8
                Originally posted by scotscor
                Originally posted by Old Dog





                They lost to Cardiff, USAP and Munster at Lansdowne Road - Leinster's home ground is, of course, in Donnybrook, but then a bandwaggoner wouldn't be expected to know that.

                Neither would the ERC:
                http://www.ercrugby.ie/eng/13_5544.php




                Bandwaggoners and the ERC started at roughly the same time, my pedantic pal.


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                  #9

                  Originally posted by Old Dog
                  Originally posted by scotscor
                  Originally posted by Old Dog





                  They lost to Cardiff, USAP and Munster at Lansdowne Road -
                  Leinster's home ground is, of course, in Donnybrook, but then a
                  bandwaggoner wouldn't be expected to know that.

                  Neither would the ERC:
                  http://www.ercrugby.ie/eng/13_5544.php




                  Bandwaggoners and the ERC started at roughly the same time, my pedantic pal.

                  And when did Leinster last play a home HEC match? in fact how many
                  times have they played a home HEC match in the last three, no feck it
                  four years?

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                    O D,


                    Even you know that the 'brook hasn't been the Leinster 1sts home ground for the past few years. Ballsbridge was for a while; as was LR.


                    Maybe Donnybrook is now the home ground, but might not that be decided by the planning appeal?

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                      You can carry outthat research yourself on the ERC website.
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                        #12
                        kind of like the way parnell park is technically dublins home ground in gaa,yet they play 90% of their matches in croke park
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by mike11


                          O D,


                          Even you know that the 'brook hasn't been the Leinster 1sts home ground for the past few years. Ballsbridge was for a while; as was LR.


                          Maybe Donnybrook is now the home ground, but might not that be decided by the planning appeal?


                          Incorrect - Donnybrook is our home ground evey season. True, we have moved games to the RDS and Lansdowne Road in recent seasons mainly due to capacity problems, but Donnybrook is our spiritual home.


                          As an aside, if Munster was to move its HEC games from TP to the Gaelic Grounds, would Munster supporters claim that the GG was their home ground?








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                            Originally posted by Old Dog
                            Originally posted by mike11


                            O D,


                            Even you know that the 'brook hasn't been the Leinster 1sts home ground for the past few years. Ballsbridge was for a while; as was LR.


                            Maybe Donnybrook is now the home ground, but might not that be decided by the planning appeal?


                            Incorrect - Donnybrook is our home ground evey season. True, we have moved games to the RDS and Lansdowne Road in recent seasons mainly due to capacity problems, but Donnybrook is our spititual home.


                            As an aside, if Munster was to move its HEC games from TP to the Gaelic Grounds, would Munster supporters claim that the GG was their home ground?


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                              #15

                              Originally posted by Old Dog
                              Originally posted by mike11


                              O D,


                              Even you know that the 'brook hasn't been the Leinster 1sts home
                              ground for the past few years. Ballsbridge was for a while;
                              as was LR.


                              Maybe Donnybrook is now the home ground, but might not that be decided by the planning appeal?


                              Incorrect - Donnybrook is our home ground evey
                              season. True, we have moved games to the RDS
                              and Lansdowne Road in recent seasons mainly due to capacity problems,
                              but Donnybrook is our spiritual
                              home.


                              As an aside, if Munster was to move its HEC games from TP to the
                              Gaelic Grounds, would Munster supporters claim that the GG was their
                              home ground?





                              If we played all our home games in the GG's then I dont think we would be stupid enough to call TP our home HEC ground

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