Leinster has claimed their fourth straight Guinness PRO14 title on Saturday after beating Munster 16-6.
The champions was in control for most of the match and never looked like they will loose although Munster hold them for long periods of time.
The wind played a massive roll in the match and kickers found it difficult to kick at poles.
It was not a spectacle like many expected but rather a hard physical encounter with Leinster working Munster down. Leinster had most of the territory throughout the match and only some desperate defence from Munster kept them out for scoring more tries.
It as just penalties in the first half that rolled over the scoreboard and only in the second half Jack Conan got Leinster first and only try of the match.
Bryne kicked three penalties in total for the champions that saw them eventually beating Munster 16-6.
|Leinster (6) 16|
|Tries: Conan Cons: Byrne Pens: R Byrne 3|
|Munster (6) 6|
|Pens: Carbery 2|