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Toner and Leinster now focus on South Africian challenges

Story by Jimmy Geoghegan

Sunday, 10th September, 2017 12:06pm

Toner and Leinster now focus on South Africian challenges

Devin Toner has now made 200 appearances since making his Leinster debut in 2006.

After helping Leinster defeat the Cardiff Blues in the PRO 14 and winning his 200th cap in the process Devin Toner's Leinster head to South Africa. 

The Moynalvey man passed a very significant milestone in his career on Friday night at the RDS when he helped Leinster to a 37-9 win over Cardiff Blues to achieve that 200th cap. 

He is one of only six players who have made as many appearances for Leinster and he may well add to that tally in South Africa where Leinster are due to play the Southern Kings and the Cheetahs in their next two games as they seek to continue their 100 per cent to their PRO 14 programme. 

Toner made his debut for Leinster in 2006 and has since gone on to become well established international winning 50 caps for Ireland. 

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