This Saturday, Leinster brought out his candidate badge, beat Ulster 27-5 and became champion of the Pro 14 for the third consecutive year, and having won all 17 games he played.
Although the visiting team was going to be the first to hit thanks to a great try from Hume at pure power and speed when there were barely 3 minutes of play, those led by Leo Cullen were going to react in the best way and, from there , they were going to dominate the actions of the game.
First, at 13 ‘, wing James Lowe was going to culminate a great collective movement by his team, perfectly identifying the hole in the rival defense. Already in the complement, at 6 ‘more precisely, came the play that was going to mean a break in the game: Leinster center Robbie Henshaw read Ulster’s play in a great way, intercepted the pass and went straight to the ingo the opposite. The final figures would be put by the third row Caelan Doris in the absence of 8 minutes for the closing of the duel.
Thus, the team in which Johnny Sexton entered from the substitute bench and brought him the conversion of the last try, repeated what he had achieved in both 2018 and 2019 and thus became the new three-time Pro 14 champion.