1. Why Stuart Hogg couldn't get back on the field in his last game for the Glasgow Warriors  RugbyPass
  2. Leinster triumph in blood and thunder clash with Glasgow Warriors to retain their Pro14 title  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Leinster ruin Stuart Hogg’s farewell to claim Pro14 title against Glasgow  The Guardian
  4. Where the Glasgow v Leinster Pro14 final will be won and lost  The Scotsman
  5. Romance, momentum and belief lie firmly in one camp today  RugbyPass
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Glasgow's 18-15 loss at Celtic Park puts an end to Hogg's nine-year career at Scotstoun, with the 26-year-old fullback set to join Premiership side Exeter Chiefs from next season.Glasgow's 18-15 loss at Celtic Park puts an end to Hogg's nine-year career at Scotstoun, with the 26-year-old fullback set to join Premiership side Exeter Chiefs from next season.

Why Stuart Hogg couldn't get back on the field in his last game for the Glasgow Warriors

At Celtic Park there was blood and thunder – both literally and metaphorically – on what Leinster’s Johnny Sexton rightly predicted would be a day to remember.At Celtic Park there was blood and thunder – both literally and metaphorically – on what Leinster’s Johnny Sexton rightly predicted would be a day to remember.

Leinster triumph in blood and thunder clash with Glasgow Warriors to retain their Pro14 title

THE Pro14 final takes place today as Glasgow Warriors and Leinster battle it out at Celtic Park. Express Sport is on hand with all the live stream details, including how to watch the match for free.THE Pro14 final takes place today as Glasgow Warriors and Leinster battle it out at Celtic Park. Express Sport is on hand with all the live stream details, including how to watch the match for free.

Pro14 live stream FREE: How to watch Glasgow vs Leinster online at NO COST | Rugby | Sport | Express.co.uk

The last time Leinster travelled to a final in Scotland without Devin Toner on board the plane they lost to Connacht at BT Murrayfield.Leinster are once again shorn of their long lock but will that be enough to swing the final the Warriors’ way? We take a look where this match will be won and lost.The last time Leinster travelled to a final in Scotland without Devin Toner on board the plane they lost to Connacht at BT Murrayfield.Leinster are once again shorn of their long lock but will that be enough to swing the final the Warriors’ way? We take a look where this match will be won and lost.

Where the Glasgow v Leinster Pro14 final will be won and lost - The Scotsman

“Leinster defend their #PRO14 crown away to Glasgow Warriors. Ireland men's 7s into the quarter-finals as an invitational team at the #London7s. A good day for Irish rugby.”

Murray Kinsella on Twitter: "Leinster defend their #PRO14 crown away to Glasgow Warriors. Ireland men's 7s into the quarter-finals as an invitational team at the #London7s. A good day for Irish rugby."

“7-0 to @GlasgowWarriors , but Leinster hit back with a soft try. What a match! Not converted though, @glasgowwarriors stay in the lead.”

Keith Brown MSP on Twitter: "7-0 to @GlasgowWarriors , but Leinster hit back with a soft try. What a match! Not converted though, @glasgowwarriors stay in the lead."

“On my way to Glasgow - joining @dunglasschris & family to see @GlasgowWarriors beat Leinster (I hope 🤞). Really looking forward to this 🏉🏉🏉 @PRO14Official”

Roseanna Cunningham 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺 on Twitter: "On my way to Glasgow - joining @dunglasschris & family to see @GlasgowWarriors beat Leinster (I hope 🤞). Really looking forward to this 🏉🏉🏉 @PRO14Official"

“Very excited to be heading to Celtic Park later to see the @GlasgowWarriors take on Leinster in the #GuinnessPRO14 final. #ComeOnTheWarriors”

Carol Monaghan MP 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 on Twitter: "Very excited to be heading to Celtic Park later to see the @GlasgowWarriors take on Leinster in the #GuinnessPRO14 final. #ComeOnTheWarriors… https://t.co/pdhv6XNrMD"

Glasgow braces for bumper weekend of sports events. Tens of thousands of sports fans are expected to arrive in the city for rugby and football finals.Tens of thousands of sports fans are expected to arrive in the city for rugby and football finals.

Glasgow braces for bumper weekend of sports events

Glasgow braces for bumper weekend of sports events

Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has moved to diffuse the row over his post-match comments followin...Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has moved to diffuse the row over his post-match comments followin...

‘I didn’t mean to offend anyone’ - Leinster boss Leo Cullen apologies for jibe about Glasgow Warriors players all supporting Rangers | The Irish Post

Reporting from Celtic Park.  It took three weeks to transform Leinster from a disheartening low to a dazzling high. Reporting from Celtic Park. It took three weeks to transform Leinster from a disheartening low to a dazzling high. "The lowest point of all our careers," is how cap...

Sexton Explains His Exuberant Celebration After Larmour's Crucial Lesson | Balls.ie

Celtic Park will have the final say on the year when football and rugby's paths seemed to cross on multiple occasions. The stadium is set to host the Pro14 final between Glasgow Warriors and Leinster.Celtic Park will have the final say on the year when football and rugby's paths seemed to cross on multiple occasions. The stadium is set to host the Pro14 final between Glasgow Warriors and Leinster.

Pictures: Celtic Park to make rugby history in Pro14 final - 67 Hail Hail

Leo Cullen - whose side face Glasgow in the showpiece rugby union finale at Parkhead tomorrow - said sorry to anyone offended by his remarks about Celtic and RangersLEINSTER head coach Leo Cullen has apologised for calling on Celtic fans to turn their back on Glasgow and support his side when they run out at Parkhead on Saturday. The Dublin outfit will take on…

Cullen 'sorry' for branding Glasgow Warriors 'Rangers fans' to gain Celtic support

Leinster captain Johnny Sexton handed the honour of lifting the Guinness PRO14 trophy to departing star Seán O'Brien and afterwards he hailed his team-mate who moves to London Irish at Leinster captain Johnny Sexton handed the honour of lifting the Guinness PRO14 trophy to departing star Seán O'Brien and afterwards he hailed his team-mate who moves to London Irish at

'We're really going to miss him' - Johnny Sexton explains decision to give Seán O'Brien the honour of lifting the PRO14 trophy - Independent.ie

Leinster coach Leo Cullen began his trip to Glasgow on the back foot as he apologised for remarks he made associating this evening's Guinness PRO14 final opponents and Rangers, but he'sLeinster coach Leo Cullen began his trip to Glasgow on the back foot as he apologised for remarks he made associating this evening's Guinness PRO14 final opponents and Rangers, but he's

Leinster coach Leo Cullen sorry for upset at Rangers jest - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Dave Rennie has urged his Glasgow players to put on a show for Exeter-bound Stuart Hogg as he prepares to bring the curtain down on his Warriors career.Dave Rennie has urged his Glasgow players to put on a show for Exeter-bound Stuart Hogg as he prepares to bring the curtain down on his Warriors career.

Glasgow coach wants perfect send-off for Hogg

EVERY team that ends up on the losing side in a final experiences disappointment and frustration, but what made those emotions all the more keenly felt for Dave Rennie was the fact his Glasgow Warriors ...

Glasgow v Leinster: Dave Rennie rues missed chances

Leinster’s captain is ready to make a mark after a not-very-enjoyable stint on the bench last week.Leinster’s captain is ready to make a mark after a not-very-enjoyable stint on the bench last week.

'It'll be 23 of us against 40,000': Sexton taking lesson from Saracens for raid in Glasgow's back garden

Leinster’s head coach Leo Cullen has apologised for his light-hearted call to Celtic supporting locals to back his team in today’s Pro14 Grand… Leinster’s head coach Leo Cullen has apologised for his light-hearted call to Celtic supporting locals to back his team in today’s Pro14 Grand…

Leinster boss Leo Cullen apologises for jokingly calling for support from Celtic fans | HeraldScotland