The Heineken Cup quarter-final between Leinster Lions and Biarritz Olympique on 12 April, 2003, will be played at Lansdowne Road, Dublin (kick-off 1535).
Donnybrook has a 7,500 capacity and Leinster Lions coach Matt Williams said the reason why the quarter-final would be played at Lansdowne Road was because "we all decided to play at Lansdowne Road as it is our belief we can get the biggest provincial attendance in the history of Irish rugby.
"We are now in a position to accomodate all our loyal fans and also give many more fans the opportunity to see and support Leinster, the number one ranked team in the Heineken Cup after the pool stages."
Television update: The Heineken Cup quarter-final between Llanelli and Perpignan at Stradey Park on 11 April (kick-off 1930) will be televised live by BBC Wales and British Eurosport.
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