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    Friday30th March

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    HEINEKEN CUP QUARTER-FINALS (All times are local)


    Friday, 30 March


    Llanelli Scarlets v Munster&nbsp ;&nbsp ; 19.30 Sky Sports


    Saturday, 31 March


    London Wasps v Leinster&nbs p;&nbs p; 17.45 Sky Sports


    Sunday, 1 April


    Biarritz Olympique v Northampton Saints 14.00 France Televisions/Sky Sports


    Leicester Tigers v Stade Francais Paris 15.30 Sky Sports/ France Televisions

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      From the ERC


      25 January 2007, 12:30 pm Reigning champions Munster will be in action in the first quarter-final in the 2006/07 Heineken Cup when they travel to Stradey Park to face Llanelli Scarlets on Friday, 30 March (kick-off 7.30pm). It will be the first time the two teams have met in the tournament and the first time in three seasons that the Scarlets, who went through the Pool stages unbeaten, have made the last eight.


      The game will be shown live on Sky Sports – as will all four quarter-finals over the weekend. Saturday, 31 March will see the 2004 champions London Wasps host Leinster at 5.45pm, while Sunday, 1 April will feature a double bill of Anglo-French clashes.


      Current French champions Biarritz Olympique will be seeking to reach their fourth successive semi-final when they face the 2000 winners Northampton Saints at San Sebastien’s Estadio Anoeta. That game will kick-off at 2.00pm local time.


      The quarter-final weekend will be completed at Welford Road, Leicester, where the Tigers entertain Stade Francais Paris at 3.30pm. Both Sunday fixtures are live on France Televisions and Sky Sports.


      Following the draw earlier this week for the semi-finals, the winners of the game between Biarritz Olympique and Northampton Saints will meet the winners of the clash between London Wasps and Leinster.


      Whichever team comes out on top in the Welford Road quarter-final between Leicester Tigers and Stade Francais Paris will face either Llanelli Scarlets or Munster in the last four.


      The semi-finals will be played on the weekend of 21/22 April with the London 07 final being staged at Twickenham Stadium on Sunday, 20 May (kick-off 2.30pm). More than 48,000 tickets have already been sold for the 12th Heineken Cup final.



      HEINEKEN CUP QUARTER-FINALS (All times are local)


      Friday, 30 March



      Llanelli Scarlets v Munster 19.30 Sky Sports


      Saturday, 31 March



      London Wasps v Leinster 17.45 Sky Sports


      Sunday, 1 April



      Biarritz Olympique v Northampton Saints 14.00 France Televisions/Sky Sports


      Leicester Tigers v Stade Francais Paris 15.30 Sky Sports/ France Televisions


      Additional TV details will be announced shortly.

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        Old news...[img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]

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            "This was the performance Ireland had been threatening all championship but had only managed to produce in fits and starts. Defeats at the hands of France and Wales had put paid to their title aspirations, never mind a Grand Slam, but yesterday’s emphatic 24-8 win shows that this is a team moving in the right direction."

            The Irish Times after Ireland beat England at Lansdowne Road on 19/03/11

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              //->I hope Stradey Park is in better shape than it was last March.

              Firefighters help clear a water logged Stradey Park
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              "This was the performance Ireland had been threatening all championship but had only managed to produce in fits and starts. Defeats at the hands of France and Wales had put paid to their title aspirations, never mind a Grand Slam, but yesterday’s emphatic 24-8 win shows that this is a team moving in the right direction."

              The Irish Times after Ireland beat England at Lansdowne Road on 19/03/11

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                I'm thinking of going down on the Thursday with a few mops and buckets.


                Anyone want to join me?
                PAUL O'CONNELL KNOWS MY NAME, HE NEEDED IT FOR THE RESTRAINING ORDER!

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                  #9
                  If it means I can stay in the ground until the match, then YES!

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