from out wide with the help of the post to leave Leinster 20-7 ahead at the break.The only main action of the second half was after some sustained Glasgow pressure on the Leinster line, Matt Gregor who had come on for Jackson took the ball off the ruck and glided over in the corner. The substitute then converted his own try to leave the score 20-14.Leinster will be concerned about the number of injuries they sustained, particularly to Berne and McLaughlin. The Irish flanker had his right arm in a sling post match. Michael Cheika commented post match that they “were waiting on the results of a scan, but team doctors do not think its too bad”. On the plus side for the home side Eoin Sherriff was very impressive on his debut, the Lansdowne man was a menace in the line out stealing three opposition throws. Stephen Keogh also looked back to his best for patches, carrying a lot of ball for Leinster.The main highlight of the game in Cheika’s view was young scrum half Paul O’Donoghue. “He had his best game ever for Leinster and managed the game very well”. Cheika also put the blame on himself for the Clontarf mans lack of game time this season.A scrappy win that Leinster will now look to build on coming up to the Connacht and Munster games in the coming weeks. They will of course have one eye on the meeting with Clermont Auvergne in the Heineken Cup quarter final at the beginning of April, when they will be able to welcome back a full squad.