DONAL LENIHAN: Should Leinster be pressured into diluting their resources because another province is struggling?

Once again, the professional model that pertains in Ireland is being hailed as the best in class. That’s what comes with success. Everyone looks at what you’re doing in an attempt to close the gap, writes Donal Lenihan.

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