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Watch: Ryan Baird Scores The Maddest Second Row Try You're Likely To See

Watch: Ryan Baird Scores The Maddest Second Row Try You're Likely To See

The RDS was able to welcome back 1,200 Leinster supporters to the ground for tonight's Rainbow Cup, and while it wasn't the most important of fixtures, it was great to finally see a decent amount of fans return to a sporting event in this country.

Those who managed to get their hands on a ticket were treated to some excellent rugby from the home side, with Leinster running out 38-7 winners over Dragons.

The likes of Scott Penny, Garry Ringrose, and Jordan Larmour all touched down for the hosts, but the try of the night undoubtedly came from Ryan Baird.

The big second row produced a remarkable winding run in midfield, playing a bit of a one-two with Jamison Gibson-Park before burning the opposition defenders with his pace.

Sit back and enjoy this one.

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Decent feet for a big man.

At only 21-years old, Baird has proven he is a player of massive quality. He has already made an impact at international level and is likely to add to his three caps during the upcoming summer tests against Japan and the USA.

Another memorable moment came in the second half as Scott Fardy and Michael Bent walked off the pitch for the final time as Leinster players, receiving a nice ovation from the supporters.

They will be delighted to have had a crowd there to wish them well.

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Gary Connaughton

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