Apr 5, 2013 at 8pm UK at ​Adams Park

Gordon D'Arcy hails Leinster attack

Leinster's Gordon D'Arcy runs in to score his team's first try against London Wasps on April 5, 2013
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Gordon D'Arcy is pleased with the attacking side of Leinster's performance against London Wasps in the Challenge Cup last night.

Gordon D'Arcy has hailed Leinster's attacking display against London Wasps in the quarter-finals of the Amlin Challenge Cup.

Leinster beat London Wasps 48-28 to seal a place in the last four, where they will play Biarritz.

The 33-year-old told the club's website: "I think we'd be proud of the attacking side of it, we gave away a few too many tries. But straight after the match, we're pretty happy with the win and getting through to the next round.

"You never want to let a game get that much of your control, particularly with the pace that Wasps had out wide. We saw that first hand with [Christian] Wade and [Tom] Varndell and others getting their hands on the ball.

"I've played here before and been on the other end of a result, so I know how tought it is to win here. When you win here, you really do deserve it. It was a great game of rugby and thankfully we were on the right side of the result."

D'Arcy scored Leinster's opening try in the match.

Nicky Robinson for London Wasps
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