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Leicester Tigers 10-9 London Irish, Guinnes Premiership Final
May 16, 2009:  Leicester Tigers clinched the Guinness Premiership crown with a hard-fought 10-9 victory over London Irish in the season finale at Twickenham.
Guinnes Premiership
May 15, 2009:  Leicester Tigers and London Irish have named their teams for Saturday's Premiership final
Heineken Cup
May 7, 2009:  Munster flanker Alan Quinlan will discover whether his British & Irish Lions tour dream is over when he faces an independent disciplinary committee next Wednesday
Scrum Sevens
May 7, 2009:  Where can you expect to catch some Rugby World Cup 2015 action if England get the nod for the tounament? Check out our latest Scrum Seven
Comment
May 6, 2009:  "The penalty shoot-out may have become an accepted part of the soccer scene but it has no place in rugby." John Taylor writes
Heineken Cup
May 5, 2009:  Cardiff Blues flanker Martyn Williams is refusing to feel sorry for himself after his penalty shoot-out miss handed Leicester the chance to win their epic Heineken Cup semi-final clash
Comment
May 4, 2009:  "European Rugby Cup chiefs will once again be thanking the rugby gods for blessing them with two more superb cup ties." Graham Jenkins writes
Heineken Cup
May 4, 2009:  Munster flanker Alan Quinlan has been cited for allegedly gouging Leinster's Leo Cullen during their Heineken Cup semi-final clash
Cardiff Blues 26-26 Leicester Tigers, (aet, 7-6 on pens)
May 3, 2009:  Jordan Crane booted Leicester to a history-making Heineken Cup semi-final victory over Cardiff Blues, and then admitted: "I am in no hurry to take another kick."
Cardiff Blues 26-26 Leicester Tigers, (aet, 7-6 on pens)
May 3, 2009:  Leicester Tigers will play Leinster in this season's Heineken Cup Final after beating Cardiff Blues 7-6 in a dramatic and historic penalty shoot-out
Munster 6-25 Leinster, Heineken Cup Semi-Final
May 3, 2009:  Lions head coach Ian McGeechan will be among those waiting anxiously to discover if the fall-out from Leinster's Heineken Cup semi-final victory over Munster will strip him of the services of flanker Alan Quinlan
Munster 6-25 Leinster, Heineken Cup Semi-Final
May 2, 2009:  Alan Quinlan's hopes of touring with the British and Irish Lions are in doubt after he was caught on camera apparently eye-gouging Leinster captain Leo Cullen
Heineken Cup Semi-Final, Croke Park, May 2
May 2, 2009:  Leinster upset the odds to book a place in this season's Heineken Cup Final with a dominant 25-6 victory over Munster at Croke Park
Munster v Leinster, Heineken Cup Semi-Final, May 2
May 1, 2009:  Munster flanker Alan Quinlan is braced for a fired-up Leinster when the two sides clash in the Heineken Cup semi-finals at Croke Park on Saturday
Munster v Leinster, Heineken Cup Semi-Final, May 2
May 1, 2009:  Leinster and Munster will go head-to-head at Croke Park on Saturday in an all-Irish Heineken Cup semi-final with a place in this season's Murrayfield finale up for grabs
Cardiff Blues v Leicester Tigers, Heineken Cup Semi-Final, May 3
May 1, 2009:  Cardiff Blues have named all six of the Lions to face Leicester Tigers in Sunday's Heineken Cup semi-final at the Millennium Stadium
News in Brief
May 1, 2009:  All the latest rugby news, including tributes to Magners League champions Munster
British & Irish Lions
Apr 30, 2009:  The cruel injury suffered by Munster scrum-half Tomas O'Leary that ended his Lions tour before it had begun will have sent a shockwave through the rest of the squad
Scrum Sevens
Apr 29, 2009:  With the Heineken Cup semi-finals on our doorstep, we take a look back at the most dramatic semis from the Cup's history
Heineken Cup
Apr 28, 2009:  Former England international Will Greenwood has backed Munster and Cardiff Blues to emerge victorious from this weekend's Heineken Cup semi-finals
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