This Saturday, Leinster beat Ulster 28-10 and, in that way, reached 15 consecutive victories in a Pro 14 that already has a place reserved for him in the semifinals next week and in which he is running as the main candidate for the Title.
The victory for date 15 against his main persecutor in Conference A, was the beginning of the end. So much so that after 3 minutes of play, its captain Ed Byrne was going to open the way for his team, after scoring in the rival ingoal. Then it was Scott Penny (73 ‘) and Harry Byrne (78’) who finished sentencing the story.
Rob Herring’s try 15 minutes into the game had the hosts excited, but Ross Byrne’s penalties always kept Leinster up on the scoreboard.
In this way, the cast led by Leo Cullen and led by Johnny Sexton on the court, won absolutely all the matches corresponding to the regular stage and is already waiting for a rival in the semifinals, which will be played next Friday, September 4.
And this, of course, is supported by the numbers: so far, it was the team that scored the most points (531), the one that reached the try the most times (74) and, adding all its players, they were the ones that ran the most meters with the dominated ball (5968).