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History
Leinster Win

Season 2012-2013

Zebre entered the fray as a tight, exciting campaign finished with Leinster breaking their finals hoodoo, claiming their third title by beating brave Ulster in the final, 18-24.
Ospreys Win 1112

Season 2011-2012

The 11th season of the competition saw a new title sponsor as RaboDirect came on board to form the RaboDirect PRO12 with a dozen talented teams chasing the 4 elusive play-off spots.
2010-2011

Season 2010-2011

The 10th season of the Magners League saw Italy join Ireland, Scotland and Wales in a 12-team cross-border competition; the agreement paving the way for the introduction of two new Italian super sides, Benetton Treviso and Aironi Rugby.
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Season 2009-2010

In further moves to align itself with other professional rugby tournaments around the world, Celtic Rugby introduce end of season play-offs to determine the Magners League Champions with the top four teams qualifying for the knockout stage.
Season 2008-2009

Season 2008-2009

Having been at or near the top all season Munster overtook their nearest rivals Ospreys in early January and led from the front to claim their second Celtic title with games still in hand.
Season 2007-2008

Season 2007-2008

Leinster make up for falling short in 2006-2007 and win the Magners League six seasons after claiming the inaugural championship title
Season 2006-2007

Season 2006-2007

The first season of Magners sponsorship saw the Ospreys return to the summit of the league one-point clear of title-chasers Cardiff Blues
Season 2005-2006

Season 2005-2006

Having come close in 2003, Ulster bring the league title back in Irish favour by defeating the reigning champions 19-17 on the final weekend of the season
Season 2004-2005

Season 2004-2005

The league reduces to 11 teams with the demise of the Celtic Warriors and the Ospreys follow the Scarlets' lead to make it two titles in a row for the Welsh regions
Season 2003-2004

Season 2003-2004

As the competition modifies into solely a league-based format with just 12 teams, the Scarlets become the first Welsh representatives to win the championship
Season 2002-2003

Season 2002-2003

As the league is expanded to 16 teams Munster make good on the disappointment of the previous season to defeat Neath 37-17 in the final
Season 2001-2002

Season 2001-2002

Leinster defeat Munster 24-20 at Lansdowne Road to seal victory in an all-Irish final of the inaugural season of the competition
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