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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 0°C

# Leo Cullen

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Leinster 'open-minded' on future of new-look Byrne combination
Harry Byrne’s move to inside centre saw him link up nicely with older brother Ross against the Ospreys.
Harry takes centre stage for Leinster's latest Byrne experiment
The 22-year-old starts at inside centre for today’s URC clash with Ospreys.
'I like to think he’s pretty happy here' - Cullen hopes to keep Contepomi at Leinster
The province’s backs coach has been linked with the Argentina head coach job.
Byrne brothers both start as Lowe returns from injury for Leinster
Seán Cronin is set for his 200th appearance off the bench against Ospreys.
Leo Cullen agrees one-year contract extension as Leinster head coach
Cullen signs new deal until 2022/23.
Keenan a 'stable presence' as four-try O'Brien shines for Leinster
The 25-year-old pair both impressed as Leinster took Bath apart in the Champions Cup.
'Age is definitely just a number' - Rejuvenated Sexton picks up where he left off
The 36-year-old Leinster captain looked sharp as his side battered Bath.
Leinster set to sign lock Jenkins from Munster ahead of next season
The 26-year-old has only made one appearance for the southern province so far this season.
Leinster's attacking game looks in good health despite lengthy lay-off
The province played some superb rugby against a poor Montpellier side on Sunday.
Leinster and Ireland await update after Tadhg Furlong suffers fresh calf injury
The tighthead limped off in the early stages of the province’s win against Montpellier today.
Cullen: EPCR have lacked consistency in dealing with cancelled fixtures
Leinster remain deeply frustrated by the decision to award Montpellier a 28-0 bonus-point win following their cancelled round two meeting.
'It's created a lot of frustration in the club' - Montpellier decision still a sore point for Leinster
The province are back in action this weekend for the first time since the 11 December win over Bath.
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Leinster call for 'common sense' with rescheduling of Montpellier game
Leo Cullen is still hopeful the cancelled game will be refixed for a later date.
Leinster press on for Montpellier clash despite Covid in both camps
Head coach Leo Cullen underlined the responsibility for his players to ‘do the right thing.’
RTÉ reveal nominees for 2021 Manager of the Year award
The winner will be announced on Saturday.
Leinster keen to find another gear ahead of 'physical confrontation' in Montpellier
The French side held a number of frontline players in reserve for their trip to play Exeter on Saturday.
Leinster still waiting for statement performance as season begins to heat up
Leo Cullen was frustrated to see his team ease up in the second half of Saturday’s win against Bath.
'In terms of putting together an 80-minute performance, we're still a bit off'
Leinster recorded a seven-try win over Bath at the Aviva Stadium, but were outscored 7-0 in the closing 20 minutes.
'There are other teams out there in a much more challenging scenario than we are'
Leinster confirmed four cases of Covid-19 in their set-up ahead of Saturday’s Champions Cup meeting with Bath.
'It's such a tricky format' - Leinster prepare to launch latest European assault
Leo Cullen felt the province could have managed the squad better during the recent international break.
'We still have a fair bit to go, that's the exciting part for us'
Leinster got back to winning ways tonight as attention now turns to the Champions Cup.
Leinster wait on Sexton and Ryan updates ahead of Champions Cup fixtures
Sexton is working his way back from knee and ankle injuries while Ryan is set to see an independent concussion consultant.
Connacht's great entertainers braced for a Leinster backlash
The hosts have welcomed back a host of internationals while Andy Friend’s side are looking to continue their strong form.
'We’re keen to see Harry in a big game, and this is a big game for us'
Leo Cullen has handed Harry Byrne another chance to impress with the 22-year-old set to start against Connacht on Friday.
'There is a lot of hype about the team and we need to make sure we don't listen to any of that'
Leo Cullen plans to shake up his side for Friday’s derby against Connacht.
Will Connors set to return to training this week after eight months out
Connors’ return adds even more depth to Leinster’s ferociously competitive back row.
'It is a tough place to come, a niggly team that try to get under your skin'
Leo Cullen is taking nothing for granted as Leinster came away with all five points from Glasgow.
Leinster will look to 'A' games and AIL during 'different' international window
The United Rugby Championship will break for a month following this weekend’s fixtures.
Forwards get the job done as Leinster continue to build towards bigger tests
The province had five different try-scorers against the Scarlets, all of them coming from the pack.
Cullen optimistic on Sexton injury with Ireland internationals looming
The out-half came off with a hip problem during the 50-15 win over Scarlets.
Leinster welcome back Lions but doubts over Henshaw as centre misses out again
Leo Cullen’s side host the Scarlets at the RDS this evening.
Sexton provides the quality on another frustrating day for Harry Byrne
Leo Cullen is hopeful Byrne’s injury isn’t too bad after the 22-year-old was forced off against Zebre on Saturday.
'He's delighted, it means so much to him' - Cullen full of praise as Byrne marks return in style
Cullen also provided an update on out-half Harry Byrne, who was removed with a hip injury,
Byrne told to 'back himself' as Leinster wing returns from 21-month lay-off
Adam Byrne will make his first apperance for Leinster since December 2019 against Zebre today.
Ex-Munster man Denis Leamy promoted to Leinster's senior coaching staff
The 39-year-old had already been working with the province as an elite player development officer.
Wasteful and sloppy - Leinster come through a bad day in Newport
The Irish province scored just once despite 16 visits to the Dragons 22.
'It made me see that I took a lot of them for granted, particularly my family'
Adam Byrne is ready to relaunch his career with Leinster after 21 months out of the game.
Ryan captains Leinster and Leavy back among replacements for Dragons trip
Rob Russell makes his debut as Leo Cullen’s men head to Rodney Parade on Sunday afternoon.
The Leinster depth chart: Three Test tightheads and another back row battle
Leo Cullen’s squad features plenty of midfield options and some exciting young talent.
'The group are very, very driven' - Leinster primed for season opener against the Bulls
The province warmed-up for the new campaign with a 40-21 win over Harlequins on Friday.