WATCH: Max Deegan Channels Inner Conor Murray With Clever Try
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Leinster made light work of Italian minnows Zebre at the RDS this afternoon, bagging seven tries in a comfortable 41-6 win.
The Italians never really caused Leinster any problems, with the eastern province cementing their place at the top of Conference B thanks to the bonus-point win.
Exciting young number eight Max Deegan was among those who impressed, bagging two tries and earning himself the man of the match award as a result.
His first try came just as the second-half kicked off, thanks to some very clever thinking. Similar to Conor Murray last week against Toulon, Deegan spotted the ball popping out of the back of a ruck.
He looked at the ref, got the go ahead and left Zebre stunned. Very clever play from the youngster.