An assured kicking display from Jonathan Sexton and two second-half tries drove Leinster to a deserved 36-16 win over Brive at the Stade Municipal.
The defending Heineken Cup champions' first win in Pool Six was founded on Sexton's kicking haul of 19 points, with the tries coming from Lions full-back Rob Kearney and young replacement Kevin McLaughlin, who bagged a late double.
England fly-half Andy Goode landed two first-half penalties for Brive, whose best moment came after the hour mark when their South African flanker Gerhard Vosloo scored a converted try.
Leinster top Pool Six at least until Ospreys host Clermont Auvergne tomorrow.
Robin McBryde was assistant coach with Wales during the Championship
27 March 2017, 11:19am
Wales secured wins against Italy and Ireland in the 2017 RBS 6 Nations but were beaten in Paris and Edinburgh as well as suffering defeat to England in Cardiff. Here we take a look at what lies ahead for Wales in the next 12 months.