- Irish provinces Leinster and Munster both enjoyed home wins in the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup. Three-times European kings Leinster saw off England's Wasps 32-17 in Saturday's opening last-eight clash at Dublin's Lansdowne Road. Munster, who've won two European titles, then overcame four-times champions Toulouse with a 41-16 defeat of the French giants at Limerick's Thomond Park. Leinster will have an away semi-final against the winners of Sunday's all-French clash between Clermont and Toulon. Sunday's other quarter-final sees reigning champions Saracens, also the English title-holders, welcome Glasgow to north London.