Leinster Created A Special Bit Of History With Their PRO14 Title Win
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Leinster capped off the perfect season yesterday, defeating Scarlets to become the inaugural PRO14 champions. The Irish province ran in five tries in a glorious performance against the Welsh side.
Tries from Devin Toner, James Lowe, Sean Cronin, Jack Conan and a stunning effort from Jordan Larmour secured a 40-32 win over the former champions at the Aviva, and cemented Leinster’s place as arguably the best club side in the world right now.
Their win also meant they created a very special piece of history, becoming the first team to win the Champions Cup and the PRO 14 title – in any of its guises – in a single season.
A truly remarkable achievement, but you can’t say they haven’t deserved it. Their brand of rugby, their ability to win under and circumstance, and their incredible array of young talent is truly something special.
Hats of to them. An incredible side.