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Leinster v Northampton, Heineken Cup Final, May 21
May 19, 2011:  Leinster captain Brian O'Driscoll will line up in the Heineken Cup final against Northampton at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday after overcoming a knee injury
European Rugby
May 19, 2011:  The destinations of this season's Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup titles will also confirm the line-up for the next battle for European supremacy
Heineken Cup
May 18, 2011:  England flanker Tom Wood has been ruled out of Northampton's Heineken Cup final clash against Leinster at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday
Heineken Cup
May 17, 2011:  Chris Ashton will undergo exploratory knee surgery after spearheading Northampton's bid for a second Heineken Cup title
Heineken Cup
May 16, 2011:  Talismanic Leinster centre Brian O'Driscoll is on course to start Saturday's Heineken Cup final against Northampton
Heineken Cup
May 16, 2011:  Leinster flanker Sean O'Brien has dismissed their achievement of reaching the finals of the Heineken Cup and Magners League, insisting that their season will mean nothing unless they bring home some silverware.
Heineken Cup
May 16, 2011:  Northampton boss Jim Mallinder has conceded that Saturday's Heineken Cup final could come a week too soon for injured flanker Tom Wood
Heineken Cup
May 16, 2011:  Leinster's Isa Nacewa, Jamie Heaslip and Sean O'Brien have all been nominated for the ERC European Player of the Year award
Welsh Rugby
May 15, 2011:  Wales centre James Hook faces an anxious wait to learn the extent of the shoulder injury he picked up during the Ospreys' Magners League semi-final defeat to Munster on Saturday night
Heineken Cup
May 9, 2011:  French official Romain Poite has been handed the honour of refereeing this season's Heineken Cup final between Leinster and Northampton at the Millennium Stadium on May 21
Northampton Saints 23-7 Perpignan, Heineken Cup, May 1
May 4, 2011:  Perpignan's Julien Candelon has been cited for a dangerous tackle on Northampton scrum-half Lee Dickson during Sunday's Heineken Cup semi-final
Comment
May 3, 2011:  "There are genuine reasons for Irish optimism at this point stemming primarily from Leinster's impressive progress." Hugh Farrelly believes Ireland are on the right track
Heineken Cup
May 2, 2011:  Leinster and Northampton booked their places in the Heineken Cup final with victories over Toulouse and Perpignan respectively this weekend, but how many of their stars did enough to make our Team of the Week?
Northampton Saints 23-7 Perpignan, Heineken Cup, May 1
May 1, 2011:  Northampton captain Dylan Hartley admitted that his side will go into their Heineken Cup final clash with Leinster as underdogs but declared that the Saints are more than capable of beating the Irish outfit
Northampton Saints 23-7 Perpignan, Heineken Cup, May 1
May 1, 2011:  Northampton turned in a powerful display to beat Perpignan 23-7 at stadium:mk in Milton Keynes on Sunday, setting up a Heineken Cup final date with Leinster
Leinster 32-23 Toulouse, Heineken Cup semi-final, April 30
Apr 30, 2011:  Jamie Heaslip denied that revenge was used as a motivating factor for Leinster in their pulsating Heineken Cup semi-final victory over Toulouse at the Aviva Stadium
Leinster 32-23 Toulouse, Heineken Cup semi-final, April 30
Apr 30, 2011:  Leinster produced a performance of rare quality to defeat Toulouse 32-23 at Lansdowne Road on Saturday and book their second Heineken Cup final appearance in three seasons
Leinster v Toulouse, Heineken Cup, April 30
Apr 29, 2011:  Leinster winger Shane Horgan is out to exorcise the ghosts of last year's trophy-less campaign when they tackle Toulouse in the Heineken Cup semi-finals on Saturday
Northampton Saints v Perpignan, Heineken Cup, May 1
Apr 29, 2011:  Northampton return to stadium:mk on Sunday for a titanic Heineken Cup semi-final against French giants Perpignan
Leinster v Toulouse, Heineken Cup semi-final, April 30
Apr 29, 2011:  Reigning European champions Toulouse travel to the Aviva stadium in Dublin to face 2009 winners Leinster in the first Heineken Cup semi-final this Saturday
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