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Mick Dawson is running late. It is more than 50 minutes since our interview was scheduled to begin, and there is still no sign of the chief executive of Leinster Rugby.

26th September, 2009

Mick Dawson is running late. It is more than 50 minutes since our interview was scheduled to begin, and there is still no sign of the chief executive of Leinster Rugby.

At this point, even the polite receptionist at his Dublin 4 office is beginning to run short of small talk.

Then Dawson shoots a glance around a glass partition (covered wall-to-wall in giant, oversized posters featuring some of Leinster top players) to announce that he won’t...

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