Pro14: Leinster overwhelm struggling Ospreys 53-5

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Leinster claimed their second Pro14 bonus-point win from a threadbare Ospreys facet.
Ronan Kelleher has been the star of this series mlb picks the Irish, the hooker scoring a hat-trick of attempts.
Fergus McFadden, Joe Tomane, Max Deegan, Harry Byrne and Michael Milne spanned, with fly-half Ross Byrne including 11 points with the boot.
Ospreys wing Luke Morgan scored a try to at least get the winless traffic about the scoresheet.
New Ospreys lock signing Ben Glynn came from the bench for his first appearance.
Even the Welsh side are short of cover in second-row and started the match with Wales and British and Irish Lions flanker Dan Lydiate satisfying in there.
Following trauma, the other spot of the night of Leinster has been the return to action of wing James Lowe along with the eight tries, making his first appearance because they defeat Glasgow in last years Pro14 final in May.
Leinster: Hugo Keenan; McFadden, OLoughlin, Tomane, James Lowe; Byrne, Gibson-Park, Dooley, Kelleher, Ben Toner, Fardy (capt), Murphy, Connors, Doris.
Replacements: Tracy Abdaladze Deegan Byrne, OBrien.
Ospreys: C Evans; L Morgan, S Williams, Thomas-Wheeler, Giles; L Cost, Venter; R Jones, Parry, Botha, Lydiate (capt), Ashley, Cracknell, Cross, Baker.
Replacements: H Dirksen, Otten, G Thomas Glynn, G Evans T Williams.
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)
Assistant referees: Stuart Gaffigan (IRFU), Mark Patton (IRFU)
TMO: Brian MacNeice (IRFU)
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