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Classic Rugby Shirts | 2008 Leinster Vintage Old Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts | 2008 Leinster Vintage Old Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts | 2008 Leinster Vintage Old Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts | 2008 Leinster Vintage Old Retro Jerseys
Classic Rugby Shirts | 2008 Leinster Vintage Old Retro Jerseys

Product Description

This is a Leinster Official Canterbury Home Rugby Union Player Fit Shirt from the 2007/09 seasons.

CONDITION - Shirt is in very good condition

CONDITION DETAILS - Colours are good. The sponsor prints on the front and back are very good with only light wear. 

 - Adults Medium.

Armpit to armpit 19 inches/ 48cm and tapers in. Top of shoulder to bottom of the shirt 27 inches/ 68cm.

This is a tight fitting player shirt. 

Please check the measurements as sizes from previous periods can be different to todays standard sizes.     

MADE BY - Canterbury of 78% polyester, 22% cotton. 

Details - Home Shirt from when the club came won the Celtic League in 2007/08 and the following season won the Heineken Cup beating Leicester 19-16, see details of the Heineken Cup campaign below.

VIDEO - Highlights of the Final

For the pool stage draw, the 24 entrants were divided up into four tiers based on their European Rugby Club Ranking; each group would consist of one team from each tier, and no country could have more than one team in the same group – with the exception of France, which would have two teams in one group. Leinster was placed in Tier 2, which would mean that they would avoid being drawn with teams like Gloucester, Sale Sharks and the Scarlets, but they could still be drawn with Toulouse, Stade Francis, the Ospreys and the Cardiff Blues.  They ended up being drawn in Pool 2 alongside London Wasps, Castres and Edinburgh. 

Leinster won four of their pool stage matches, but a Matchday 5 defeat to Wasps meant that they had to equal or better the London side's result on the final matchday to be guaranteed a place in the knockout stage as group winners. In the end, Leinster's 12–3 win over Edinburgh was sufficient as Wasps were defeated in Castres and Leinster qualified as the sixth seeds for Harlequins in the quarter-finals.

Leinster's quarter-final against Harlequins was the last of the quarter-finals to be played, and also the lowest-scoring: Harlequins responded to two first-half penalties from Felipe Contopomi with a 65th-minute try from Mike Brown; Chris Malone had the chance to give Harlequins the lead, but his conversion attempt went wide of the far post. Brown also missed with a long-range penalty, while an injured Nick Evans who had come on as a blood replacement under dubious circumstances, sent a last-minute drop goal attempt wide to give Leinster a 6–5 win.

The draw for the semi-finals was also made in January 2009, with the winners of Leinster's quarter-final due to play against either Munster or the Ospreys. Munster came through their quarter-final comfortably, beating the Ospreys 43–9 to set up an all-Irish semi-final.As Heineken Cup holders and newly crowned champions of the Celtic League, Munster went into the game as favourites, but Leinster drew first blood with an early drop goal from fly-half Felipe Contepomi. Ronan O’Gara equalised with a penalty shortly after. Several minutes later, Leinster suffered a major blow when Contepomi went down with what proved to be a cruciate ligament injury. A penalty from Contepomi's replacement, Jonathan Sexton and an unconverted try from Gordon D’Arcy gave Leinster an 11–3 lead; a second penalty from O'Gara reduced Leinster's half-time lead to 11–6. Another try for Leinster, this time from Luke Fitzgerald just after the interval put them two scores ahead, before Brian O’Driscoll intercepted a pass from Ronan O'Gara to score under the posts and round off a 25–6 win for Leinster. The match marked the first time that a club rugby match had been played at Croke Park, and the 82,208 attendance for the match set a new world record in club Rugby Union.


Leinster beat Leicester 19–16.They led Leicester 9–3 within 30 minutes following drop goals by Brian O’Driscoll and Johnny Sextonb and a penalty by Sexton. They then had Stan Wright sin-binned, with Leicester moving into a 13–9 lead at half-time thanks to a Ben Woods try. Leinster's Jamie Heaslip scored a try to level the scores in the second half, with Sexton scoring another penalty to win the match ten minutes before the end.

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2007 2009 Leinster Pro Rugby Union Shirt Medium

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