Leinster power their way into Champions Cup Final

Munster will play rivals Leinster in this season’s Champions Cup Final if they see off the challenge of Racing 92 in Bordeaux on Sunday.

Leinster cruised into this season’s showpiece game after a stunning performance saw them to a 38-16 victory against Scarlets at the Aviva Stadium.

Three first half tries from James Ryan, Cian Healy and Fergus McFadden helped Leo Cullen’s side book their place in Bilbao.

Things got even better for Leinster early in the second half through Scott Fardy’s try. Munster bound Tadhg Beirne touched down for a consolation try for Scarlets late on.

Click here for Highlights of Leinster’s big win over Scarlets via Sky Sports

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