A selection of the “keyboard warrior” reactions after the full-time whistle of our featured matches of the weekend.
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Nigel Owens is a legend!!
— Brian Donnelly (@bptd1234) March 4, 2017
I enjoyed when Byrne and Byrne combined to set up that try for Byrne.
Leinster crash through the 40-point barrier in the 82nd minute. Their title credentials looking stronger than ever.— Ross Harries (@rossharries1) March 4, 2017
Leinster's academy 💪
Micheal Mac An TSagart
Also, @leinsterrugby are now the record holders for most trys in a season with 76 so far.Tonight we surpassed Cardiff's 73 from 03/04— Miriam Collins (@MiriamCol) March 5, 2017
Savage work from the pack, Leavy is a beast. First 20/25 in the second half were a pure joy to watch. Scarlets handling was desperate at times though.....
you know the first half was good, I'm just going to forget that 2nd half happened. 2 early soft tries, headless 15 minutes, game over.— Siobhán Corcoran (@SiobhanCorc) March 4, 2017
Lucky to be leading at half time but kicked on well in the second half. If McGrath could be more consistent with his kicking he will bypass Marmion for the Irish shirt. He showed Danny Care how to deal with a team not committing to a ruck with a good break
Tour de force by #Leinster, easing up the gears in that match!— Fromtheruck (@Fromtheruck) March 4, 2017
The Byrnes were on fire 😊. Masive statement of intent sent out tonight to the rest of the Pro12. Leinster are destroying teams at moment and are getting better week on week. Allez Les Bleus !!!
— Richard Mifsud (@Richmif) March 4, 2017
Bit of slackness first half, but lean mean Leinster machine second half
That's a big win in the RDS. The pool of talent is so deep at the moment. #LEIvSCA— Hugh Curran (@hughcurran) March 4, 2017
That was a mightily impressive 2nd half. At times a little to much box-kicking and space out wide when in D but a VERY impressive nights work. Well done LC and all involved 😎😎😎
@HarpinOnRugby that was a really competent 80 mins . Intuitive team play . Great to watch 👏.— Jonathan Meade 🤓 (@Meadejonathan) March 4, 2017
Please use 'Scarleh for yer ma' as the headline for the review piece. That or 'Byrne baby Byrne' 🤣
Cian Ó Muilleoir
Excellent match @leinsterrugby What a bunch of young talented players coming up....exciting times ahead I think #FromTheGroundUp #LEIvSCA— Kellie-Marie (@MissKellieO) March 4, 2017
Strong Leinster in the second half, really punished what looked from the north stand like some god awful handling from scarlets. Seeing a team score 20/20 on the table with so many presumptive starters missing is very pleasant. Strength in depth, combined with a cracking attitude and commitment makes it very easy to watch
— Aisling O'Connor (@aisling7) March 4, 2017
Scrappy first half but the boys kicked on the second half. We have to be pleased with a BP win and conceding no tries. The young guns done good. The ball boy MOTM 😄
Jackie Mc Causland
Anytime an Irish team wins, a certain someone is behind their keyboard screaming "But they have more money". 🙄 It's getting old.— Sarah (@SarahMc1986) March 4, 2017
I had a bit of a whinge last season about rotation and not playing a settled team but I have to say those players have seriously come through. Very glad to have been wrong.
Fair play, @leinsterrugby were on fire in that second half. Just too hot for Scarlets to handle, especially with their defensive frailties.— Simon Thomas (@simonrug) March 4, 2017
Allez Les Byrnes! Just in case Leo is reading this, yes I am available. And so is my 8 year old son. #ByrneBabyByrne
That was a serious @leinsterrugby display. There's a pool of about 25 players now who you'd be 100% comfortable to have starting any game.— Killian Byrne (@killianbyrne) March 4, 2017
Defence was strong against a Scarlets side that ran in three tries in Thomond park last week. Had our fair share of good luck to help, but still. As for the attack, average in the first half, but huge improvement in the second.
— Nigel Owens MBE (@Nigelrefowens) March 4, 2017
Rosser Byrne sure can nail a cross-field kick and Carbery is fullback, not an out half.
— Harpin' On Rugby (@HarpinOnRugby) March 4, 2017
Many thanks to all who offered opinions.
Look out Monday for our match writeup JLP