Round 3 of the Magners League brought a second consecutive weekend that saw four home victories, Newport Gwent Dragons being the only team to win on the road this round.
Connacht claimed their first points of the season with a 15 - 8 win over Glasgow Warriors at the Sportsground on Friday night.
Table topping Munster remain the only team in the Magners League with a 100% winning record this season, three victories our of three.
Isa Nacewa's two drop goals in the victory over Ospreys set a new Lienster record.
With the addition of James Hook's opening drop kick, Leinster v Ospreys became only the second Magners League game in which 3 drop goals have been kicked, the previous occasion being Glasgow Warriors v Edinburgh at Hughendon 27 December 2003.
Newport Gwent Dragons 16-14 victory over Ulster at Ravenhill was Coach Paul Turners' first Magners League success on the road in Ireland.
MAGNERS LEAGUE ROUND 3 RESULTS
Friday 19 September 2008 at Sportsground Connacht (12) 15: Fionn Carr(T) Andy Dunne(P) Ian Keatley(C) Brett Wilkinson(T) Glasgow Warriors (8) 8: Thom Evans(T) Dan Parks(P)
Friday 19 September 2008 at Ravenhill Ulster (7) 14: Ian Humphreys(T) Kieron Dawson(T) Clinton Schifcofske(2C) Newport Gwent Dragons (9) 16: James Arlidge(C/3P) Ashley Smith(T)
Friday 19 September 2008 at Murrayfield Edinburgh (15) 32: Nick de Luca(T) Phil Godman(D/P) Allan Jacobsen(T) Mark Robertson(2T) Chris Paterson(3C) Scarlets (0) 12: Martin Roberts(T) Morgan Stoddart(T) Ceiron Thomas(C)
Friday 19 September 2008 at Royal Dublin Society Leinster (7) 19: Luke Fitzgerald(T) Felipe Contepomi(C/2P) Isa Nacewa(2D) Ospreys (6) 13: James Hook(C/D/P) Nikki Walker(T)
Saturday 20 September 2008 at Musgrave Park Munster (7) 28: Paul O'Connell(T) Ronan O'Gara(4C) Justin Melck(T) Niall Ronan(2T) Cardiff Blues (10) 20: Ben Blair(2C/2P) Richard Mustoe(T) Ma'ama Molitika(T)
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