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# badly-stung - Monday 27 March, 2017

From The42 2016 thrashing has little relevance to 1/4 final, but Leinster won't forget bitter memory of Wasps Badly Stung

2016 thrashing has little relevance to 1/4 final, but Leinster won't forget bitter memory of Wasps

“As a younger player who has never won any European titles with Leinster, you might feel you left the jersey down that day.”

# badly-stung - Saturday 14 May, 2016

From The42 Wasps-bound Kurtley Beale could be out for up to a year with 'significant' knee injury Badly Stung

Wasps-bound Kurtley Beale could be out for up to a year with 'significant' knee injury

Daryl Gibson’s medical team fear the Wallaby utility back ruptured his patellar tendon.

# badly-stung - Saturday 9 April, 2016

From The42 Charles Piutau's last-gasp try gives Wasps dramatic quarter-final win over Chiefs Sting In The Tail

Charles Piutau's last-gasp try gives Wasps dramatic quarter-final win over Chiefs

Ex-Leinster out-half kicked a nerveless decisive conversion with the last kick of the game.

# badly-stung - Sunday 15 November, 2015

From The42 Leinster 'have a mountain to climb' after home walloping, admits Leo Cullen Badly Stung

Leinster 'have a mountain to climb' after home walloping, admits Leo Cullen

Leinster head to Bath and Toulon in their next two European outings.

# badly-stung - Friday 18 April, 2014

From The42 VIDEO: Poor Pablo Larrazabal jumped in a water hazard to escape angry hornets Badly Stung

VIDEO: Poor Pablo Larrazabal jumped in a water hazard to escape angry hornets

‘It looks amusing, it’s actually very nasty…’