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When Munster went out to play against Leinster last weekend, they followed a clear tactic of playing to their strengths and limiting the scope of their opponents to play to theirs.

29th April, 2006

When Munster went out to play against Leinster last weekend, they followed a clear tactic of playing to their strengths and limiting the scope of their opponents to play to theirs. Munster succeeded in making the game a clash of the forwards, which they won emphatically, rather than a clash of the backs, where they could have lost equally emphatically.

The Progressive Democrats, planning their conference of last week, were faced with a similar challenge....

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