10 thoughts on “A Local Game For Local People

    1. Rugbyfan

      Come along to a game dav, you might enjoy it. I might even treat you to a pint of stout!

  1. rotide

    Surprising this , unless its one of a few different posters.

    Leinster have done a lot to try to shed the old D4 image. The 12 county army thing rings true when you look at the players and support base.

    1. Qwerty123

      “Leinster have done a lot to try to shed the old D4 image. The 12 county army thing rings true when you look at the players and support base.”
      sigh….

      …90+% of the Irish born players on senior squad are from St. Michaels, Blackrock and Clongowes. 1/2 forwards and henshaw are from the bogs, well known so everyone assumes what you did.

      Rest are from smaller schools around SoCoDu namely Gonzaga, Andrews and Conan is from St. Gerards which is in Bray. Healy belvo.

      I would say they have a bit more to do before they shed the old D4 image.

      1. Uosdwis R Dewoh

        Of the 37 Irish born players currently in the Leinster Senior Squad, 15 (~40%) are from outside Dublin.

        Carlow (3)
        Kildare (2)
        Kilkenny (1)
        Limerick (1)
        Louth (2)
        Mayo (1)
        Meath (1)
        Offaly (1)
        Westmeath (1)
        Wexford (1)
        Wicklow (1)

        Longford, and Laois aren’t represented in the Senior Squad

  2. class wario

    I mean, it’s their home stadium and they’re flogging season tickets. Don’t think some big Leinster fan from Kildare or wherever is going to be too outraged at this. I suppose they could do it with the stadium in the middle surrounded by the other counties of Leinster instead (and judging by the comments they have, which makes this look worse imo)

    1. Oily Cromwell

      It’s DART psychological advertising. KART using punters are not the target audience.

  3. Oily Cromwell

    Kielys Gonerogue

    It’s like an ad for private schools from the property supplement of the Irish Times. Aren’t those Blackrock, Willow and Michaels colours?

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