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Published 04/12/2010 | 05:00

Leinster and Ireland out-half Jonny sexton, a Guinness rugby ambassador, is keen to enjoy more big days at the Aviva Stadium for both province and country. Photo: Sportsfile
Leinster and Ireland out-half Jonny sexton, a Guinness rugby ambassador, is keen to enjoy more big days at the Aviva Stadium for both province and country. Photo: Sportsfile

SOME rooms you invite yourself straight into, some you don't. On Sunday evening, it felt natural for Jonny Sexton to push open a door in the belly of the new Lansdowne and tip-toe across Argentinian towels and discarded bandages.

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He wanted their captain's jersey and didn't doubt that he would get it.

One day he hopes to own a house of his own in Dublin and, if there are any framed shirts to be hung on the wall, one will be a Puma's.

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