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James Lowe’s Choice Of Affiliate Club Sums Up Why Irish Fans Love Him

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James Lowe has endeared himself to not only Leinster people but Irish rugby fans since defecting to Dublin from New Zealand. The Leinster winger has become a fan favourite thanks to his all-action and unpredictable style of play. In many respects, it’s a case of opposites attract. Leinster’s structured regime under Leo Cullen and Stuart Lancaster has proven to be …

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Blow For Leinster As James Lowe Receives Two Week Ban

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Leinster have been dealt a blow with the news that James Lowe has been handed a two-week ban for the red card he received in his side’s 26-17 loss to Munster in the Guinness PRO14 on Saturday.  Lowe was sent off by referee Frank Murphy in the first half of the ill-tempered clash for colliding with Andrew Conway in the …

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James Lowe – “Conor Murray Gives Me Nightmares”

James Lowe put in an excellent performance yesterday as he helped Leinster to a nail-biting 16-15 victory over bitter rivals Munster in the Guinness PRO14 semi-final.  A beautiful offload to Jack Conan gave Leinster a lead they never relinquished and to top it all off, Lowe was crowned man-of-the-match at the end of the game. When Leinster announced their team …

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‘If You’re Unhappy Doing Something, Why Are You Doing It?’ – An Insight Into The Marvellous Mind Of James Lowe

On a bitterly cold February morning, James Lowe enters a popular cafe on Dublin’s southside. He spots me from across the room with a typically big smile and the 25-year-old affable Kiwi plants himself on the seat opposite mine and orders a coffee. The former Chiefs star has been on the receiving end of many plaudits lately for his try-scoring exploits …

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Leinster Squad For Exeter Clash Includes One Huge Addition


After digging deep for a hard-fought win at Sandy Park on Sunday, Leinster now welcome the Exeter Chiefs back to Dublin this weekend knowing that a win will go a long way to securing a quarter-final berth in the European Champions Cup. The Irish province sit pretty atop Pool 3, and will fancy their chances of trumping the Premiership champions on …

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Eddie O’Sullivan Has Questioned Why Leinster Have Signed Maori All Blacks’ James Lowe

When it was announced that Leinster had secured the signing of James Lowe, supporters of the eastern province were licking their lips at the thought of the 25-year-old tearing it up at the RDS.  Lowe made his eagerly anticipated debut for Leo Cullen’s side at the weekend in their 36-10 victory over Benetton at the Stadio Comunale di Monigo. The four-capped timed …

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Is ‘Chaos’ The Right Word For The Lions To Describe The Attacking Threat Of New Zealand?

LA PLATA, ARGENTINA - SEPTEMBER 29: The All Blacks celebrate after winning the inaugural Rugby Chamionship after their victory in the Rugby Championship match between Argentina and the New Zealand All Blacks at Estadio Ciudad de La Plata on September 29, 2012 in La Plata, Argentina. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

The new buzz word amongst the Lions coaching management is ‘chaos’. Lions assistant coach, and attack guru, Rob Howley used the word to describe New Zealand’s lethal form of unstructured rugby nine times in Tuesday’s press conference. But has he chosen the wrong word in helping the Lions to prepare for the challenges ahead? If you watch highlights of the …

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