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Last Updated: Saturday, 16 April, 2005, 22:03 GMT 23:03 UK
Munster 30-20 Edinburgh
CELTIC LEAGUE
Munster's Jason Holland was making his 100th appearance for Munster
Munster (17) 30
Tries: Hayes, Quinlan, Horgan, Leamy (2)
Con: Holland
Pen: Burke
Edinburgh (13) 20
Tries: Paterson, Dickinson
Cons: Paterson, Godman
Pens: Godman (2)
Att: 5,200
Munster edged Edinburgh and secured a rematch with the Gunners in the Celtic Cup quarter-final in two weeks time.

Chris Paterson scored a try and kicked eight points to give Edinburgh a 13-point lead before John Hayes burrowed over for Munster.

Alan Quinlan, Anthony Horgan and Denis Leamy then gave the home side a 22-13 lead only for Alasdair Dickinson to respond for the visitors.

But substitute prop Leamy went over again in injury time to secure the tie.



Munster: Payne, Devlin, Mullins, Henderson, Horgan, Holland, Stringer, McIlwham, F. Sheahan, J. Hayes, Hogan, O'Connell, Quinlan, Keogh, Foley.
Replacements: McGovern, Flannery, O'Callaghan, Leamy, Prendergast, Burke, Kelly.

Edinburgh: Southwell, Paterson, Di Rollo, Laney, Webster, Godman, Blair, Jacobsen, Kelly, Smith, Hines, Murray, Blackadder, Hogg, Callam.
Replacements: Hall, Dickinson, Kellock, S. Cross, Lawson, Pyke.

Referee: Nigel Williams (Wales)




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