Highlights: Leinster take maximum points in five-try win over Dragons
September 3, 2017 9:38 pm client
Leinster Rugby took maximum points from the first game of the new Guinness PRO14 campaign away to Dragons on Saturday.
A first half try from Jamison Gibson-Park, plus two penalties and conversion from the boot of Ross Byrne gave Leo Cullens men a 6-13 lead at the break.
Soon after the second half started Leinster added another seven points to the scoreboard with a penalty try.
Jordan Larmour claimed a five-pointer on his senior debut, with Dan Leavy scoring with 15 minutes to go to all but secure the win.
Dragons were awarded a penalty try late on, but there was still time for Cathal Marsh to give Leinster the final with a strong finish from close range.
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