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15 November 2013; The UCD players celebrate with the cup after the game. Leinster Senior League Cup Final, Terenure v UCD, Donnybrook Stadium, Donnybrook, Dublin (Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE)

15 November 2013; The UCD players celebrate with the cup after the game. Leinster Senior League Cup Final, Terenure v UCD, Donnybrook Stadium, Donnybrook, Dublin (Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE)

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15 November 2013; The UCD players celebrate with the cup after the game. Leinster Senior League Cup Final, Terenure v UCD, Donnybrook Stadium, Donnybrook, Dublin (Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE)

Ahead of the European Champions Cup clash between Leinster and Castres tomorrow, the finals of the Bank of Ireland Leinster Senior League Cup and Shield will take place in a double header in Donnybrook.

This season's Leinster Senior League Cup final will feature the holders UCD and reigning All-Ireland League Champions Clontarf in the 129th edition of Leinster Rugby's historic competition.

The Leinster Senior League Shield will feature Greystones, who were narrowly beaten by Old Wesley in the inaugural Shield competition in 2011, and Wanderers - this season marks Wanderers return to the All-Ireland League.

Path to Cup Final

(Kick-off 3.00)

Clontarf

The northsiders defeated Trinity (19-14), Old Wesley (17-10) and Lansdowne (16-12) to reach the semi-final where they drew (28-28) with Old Belvedere to reach the final on a 'tie-breaker"

UCD

The students beat NUIM Barnhall (27-20) and Seapoint (76-0), before enjoying a narrow win over Terenure in the semi-final (22-18 - the same scoreline as when they clashed in the previous year's Cup decider).

Path to Shield Final

(Kick-off 1.30)

Greystones

The Wicklow men defeated Tullamore in the Semi-Final by 23 points to 20 points, having topped Section A with wins over Naas (24-15), Wanderers (41-20) and DLSP (22-14).

Wanderers

The southsiders won their semi-final clash with Skerries 41-24. In Section A they defeated Naas (29-14), DLSP (18-15) and lost to Greystones (41-20) to claim the runners-up spot and thus qualified to play Section B winners Skerries in the last four.

Price to get into matches: Adults €10 stand/ground. Students / Children €5.

Irish Independent