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Sinead loves the blues

Friday, 8th February, 2013 9:30am

Story by John Donohoe
Sinead loves the blues

Leinster players Dave Kearney, Shane Jennings and John Cooney help Sinead Noonan prepare for her Valentine's night!

Sinead loves the blues

Leinster players Dave Kearney, Shane Jennings and John Cooney help Sinead Noonan prepare for her Valentine's night!

Dunboyne model Sinead Noonan donned Leinster blue to help launch the seventh annual Leinster Loves Ladies evening. The themed event is set to delight Leinster's female supporters on Saturday 16th February when the Boys in Blue take on Benetton Treviso. An evening of entertainment, goodies and girly bits will take place before the 5pm kick off throughout the grounds of the RDS where female supporters will receive some much deserved pampering.

Leinster Rugby's very own cupids in the form of the Leinster Rugby Academy will be on hand to make it an extra special heartfelt event as they hand out Iris Blue Magic flowers to female match goers. With cupcakes, cocktails and chances to win extraordinary prizes, this is sure to be a ladies night to remember.

There is no additional charge for ladies to attend this event - all they need to purchase is a match ticket. With these tickets priced from €20 this is no doubt a worthwhile treat for that special someone; and who wouldn't enjoy Valentine's weekend with a Leinster blue twist!

For further information or to buy match tickets please see www.leinsterrugby.ie.

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