In a new regular feature this season we’ll be sharing some of the initial “keyboard warrior” response to our featured matches of the weekend ahead of our writeup.
If you’d like to contribute stay tuned to our Facebook page for our “Feel free to leave your thoughts…” posts which show up around full time after Leinster & Ireland matches.
Workmanlike 1st half from both sides saw the game ebb and flow. Standouts were Dragons Scrum Half and try scorer Pretorius and Leinsters double try scorer Isa Nacewa whose vision, handling and on field leadership helped the Blues to a 20 - 10 lead at the break. 2nd half increased pressure and a 50 metre run saw Ringrose go within 2 metres of the line before he and MOTM Cathal Marsh scored the required tries for a well deserved BP win. Good day at the office!
@HarpinOnRugby More progress in attack, albeit slightly stuttering. Young fellas coming on very nicely. A little porous in defence at times.
— Kino (@RugbyKino) October 3, 2015
Strong performance after nervous start. The 'break' looks like it did Isa good, he's as sharp as ever. Team appear to be playing with more confidence and openness than last season which is to be welcomed.
@HarpinOnRugby Impressive but still slightly ragged...intent is back though which is a big thing...Ringrose, Marsh excellent #Leinster
— Colin Mehigan (@colinmehigan) October 3, 2015
Some good plays but they need a bit of polish. Can see them being a team to be reckoned with when the internationals return.
@HarpinOnRugby #Leinstertainment returning? pic.twitter.com/kzBAij5nVY
— Colm O'Donoghue (@ColmODonoghue) October 3, 2015
Delightful. I love the attacking intent. Marsh is a lovely player and Isa hasn't missed a step. I know the Dragons' defence was quite poor, but I still think we can feel really encouraged by our ability to carve them open out wide. Also, Ferg's kicking was sublime.
Roll on the good times! :-)
Let the records show that Garry Ringrose has shown his talent at senior level right from the very start. #COYBIB
— Harpin' On Rugby (@HarpinOnRugby) October 3, 2015
Many thanks to all who offered opinions.
Look out Monday for our match writeup JLP