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Leinster climbed into second place in the Guinness PRO12 with a convincing 25-14 derb
Leinster climbed into second place in the Guinness PRO12 with a convincing 25-14 derby win over arch rivals Munster at the Aviva Stadium. Authentic Charles Leno Jr Jersey . The two captains, Peter OMahony and Isa Nacewa, scored tries during a bruising first half, with Jonathan Sextons two early penalties helping Leinster to lead 11-7 at the break.Leo Cullens men put clear daylight between the teams with tries either side of the hour mark from Nacewa and replacement scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park, before South African recruit Jaco Taute claimed a consolation score for gallant Munster. The clash ahead of next months autumn internationals for Ireland, two of which are against New Zealand, contained a number of intriguing match-ups - from Rob Kearney versus Simon Zebo at full-back right through to the two power-packed back rows.The fit-again OMahony - back for his first start since tearing knee ligaments at last years Rugby World Cup - coughed up a lineout penalty which man-of-the-match Sexton sent over for a fifth-minute lead. Leinster head coach Leo Cullen praised his sides defensive strength that helped beat Munster in the PRO12. Lovely interplay from Garry Ringrose and Sexton, deep in their own half, created the first try-scoring opportunity for Nacewa but Zebo thwarted him with a terrific tackle in the left corner.A second Sexton penalty, straight in front of the posts, rewarded further Leinster pressure. Any time the visitors built momentum - notably from Darren Sweetnams soaring catch - the men in blue responded in kind, a bulldozing tackle from Jordi Murphy driving CJ Stander backwards. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. Rory Scannells leg-pumping runs got Munster over the gain-line, and although their initial assaults were blighted by handling errors, the provinces attack clicked in the 25th minute when a powerful maul, involving backs and forwards, saw OMahony driven over from five metres out. Tyler Bleyendaals well-struck conversion from the left made it 7-6. Johnny Sexton was pleased with Leinsters win over Munster in the PRO12 and hopes momentum is building for the Dublin side as they look towards Europe. Ringrose missed a gilt-edged chance to respond, fumbling a bobbling kick through from Sexton with the try-line in sight. However, Leinster pinned Munster back in their 22 over an extended period and after Luke McGrath went close, a five-metre scrum allowed McGrath and Sexton to send Nacewa over on the blindside.The wingers unconverted effort, which took him past the 500-point mark in his Leinster career, restored the hosts lead, but they needed influential debutant Robbie Henshaw to lead a resolute defence on the resumption, as Munster came at them in wave after wave. Replacement prop James Cronin went closest to scoring before he was pinged for a double movement.Leinster soon showed their clinical edge with ball in hand to move 11 points clear. Ringrose punctured the Munster defence with a slashing 20-metre break and with numbers wide on the left, Sexton and Kearney fed Nacewa for a simple finish. Kearneys final pass looked suspiciously forward, but the try stood and Sexton swept over an excellent conversion for 18-7. Following the inter-pro derby between Leinster and Munster, Luke Fitzgerald, Alan Quinlan and Paul Wallace discuss the current state of Irish rugby Zero did well to avoid conceding from a dangerous grubber by Sexton, only for tiring Munster to cough up a third try in the 67th minute. Henshaws well-placed chip was fumbled near the whitewash by both Ronan OMahony and Bleyendaal, and Gibson-Park gleefully dotted the loose ball down for Nacewa to convert.The game lacked quality at times, with both sides having obvious areas to improve on ahead of next weeks European Rugby Champions Cup opener. The 40,527-strong crowd witnessed one final try, Munster driving up close before Zebos well-timed pass sent replacement Taute over in the 73rd minute. Bleyendaal swung over a textbook conversion from the left, but the bonus-point push never came.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. 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Auston Matthews Matthews is far and away the best 2016 prospect. He faced off against 2015 top uber-prospect Jack Eichel on Oct. 18 in a game vs. Boston University and the two played a game of “whatever you can do, I can do better.” Each finished with two goals and one assist. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl USA NTDP C Sept. 17, 1997 6-1 1/2 194 USA 2. Kale Clague Representing Team Canada (Black) at the World Under-17 Challenge, Clague is an exceptionally smart defenseman who combines vision and creativity to be dangerous anywhere on the ice. Outstanding puck skills and the puck moves to advantageous positions. Great anticipation and is a catalyst in transition. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Brandon (WHL) D June 5, 1998 5-11 185 CAN 3. Jakub Chychrun An injury has prevented him from participating at this years World Under-17s. But Jakub is a player with smarts, skills and power. He can use any of them to impact the game depending on the requirements. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Sarnia (OHL) D Mar. 31, 1998 6-2 195 CAN 4. Jesse Puljujarvi Has played 10 games in the Finnish Elite League. A big, rangy winger with the ability to score. Hes not a one-dimensional scorer and is capable of setting up goals as well as finishing them. Gets himself into dangerous spots and has a shot that can beat goalies. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Karpat (SM Liiga) RW May 7, 1998 6-3 198 FIN 5. James Greenway A great athlete who has excellent skating ability and can move in any direction to support the offence or negate opponents. He makes good plays with the puck and has a physical element where he can be a challenge to get around, but also will eliminate opponents with strong physical play. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl USA NTDP D Apr. 27, 1998 6-4 1/4 204 USA 6. Tyson Jost A well-rounded centre whos playing at the World Under-17s and can play in every situation. Has the smarts, the skills and the competitiveness to make a difference through all areas of the game. Has a style of play that reminds me of how Hall-of-Famer Bryan Trottier performed. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Penticton (BCHL) C Mar. 14, 1998 5-10 1/2 188 CAN 7. Dmitry Sokolov Big, strong, skilled and able to impact the game with all of those elements. A smart player with and without the puck and his impact is positive in any type of game. Very difficult to deter because he can skate past an opponent or power past one. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Omskiye Yastreby Omsk (MHL) RW Apr. 14, 1998 6-2 203 RUS 8. Clayton Keller Excellent skater with speed, quickness and agility and he uses all of those elements to be constantly dangerous. He’s elusive annd very hard to ’trap’ and with a sense, awareness and poise he’s able to be a consistent threat with the puck. Authentic James Daniels Jersey. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl USA NTDP C July 29, 1998 5-9 1/4 165 USA 9. Sam Steel Steel, whos playing for Team Canada (Black) at the World Under-17 Challenge, is an outstanding skater who uses well in so many ways. His speed is threatening and he knows how to use it to keep defenders off balance. He’s quick and able to get free in tight spots. Smart and makes good plays at high speed so a difficult player to keep in check. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Regina (WHL) C Feb. 3, 1998 5-10 1/4 167 CAN 10. Dante Fabbro Great confidence playing and he initiates the play from a defensive aspect and in transition also. Given an opening, he will take it but is very adept at understanding what play is available to him and adjusting accordingly. An all situations player who wants to make a difference. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Penticton (BCHL) D June 20, 1998 6-0 183 CAN 11. Max Jones Combining speed and power along with a very good skill level, he becomes a very challenging player to play against. He uses all of the elements to his advantage and has a determination in his game that forces opponents out of their comfort zone. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl USA NTDP LW Feb. 17, 1998 6-1 3/4 189 USA 12. Luke Green Dynamic skating defenceman who will push the pace and jump into the attack. Good awareness and makes good plays from the defensive zone and in the offensive zone and plays with confidence. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Saint John (QMJHL) D Jan. 12, 1998 5-11 174 CAN 13. Tarmo Reunanen Poised and smart, he may not ‘catch your eye’ with flash but he knows where his options are. He doesn’t panic under pressure and he can make plays that alleviate pressure defensively or apply it offensively. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl TPS Turku (Finland Jr.) D Mar. 1, 1998 5-11 166 FIN 14. Brett Howden A good skating center who can be a solid offensive contributor. Smart, good puck skills and very difficult to deter because he makes his size work to his advantage. Can make plays in tight or on the rush, and can start them or finish them. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Moose Jaw (WHL) C Mar. 29, 1998 6-1 1/4 190 CAN 15. Tyler Benson Hes a very smart player who is capable of seeing opportunity and taking advantage. A rarity in that he can score goals off the wing or make plays off the wing. Gets involved physically and is a determined competitor who uses well in multiple areas. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl Vancouver (WHL) LW Mar. 15, 1998 5-11 1/2 198 CAN 16. Matthew Tkachuk At times you watch him score and you see glimpses of his 500-plus NHL goal scoring father, Keith. He cans score in multiple ways; from out with a good shot or in tight with quick hands. He gets to scoring position and reads play well and plays with an assertiveness to make a difference. Team Pos. Birthdate Ht. Wt. Natl USA NTDP LW Dec. 11, 1997 6-0 1/2 188 USA Cheap Lions Jerseys Cheap Packers Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Dolphins Jerseys Cheap Patriots Jerseys Cheap Jaguars Jerseys Cheap Titans Jerseys Cheap Chargers Jerseys Cheap Giants Jerseys Cheap Saints Jerseys Cheap Buccaneers Jerseys Cheap 49ers Jerseys Cheap Seahawks Jerseys Cheap Rams Jerseys Cheap Vikings Jerseys Cheap Colts Jerseys ' ' '

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