Jordan Larmour is hoping to send off some club legends with a sparkling performance and another piece of silverware this weekend.

Isa Nacewa, Jordi Murphy and Richardt Strauss all leave Leinster at the end of the season – which comes this Saturday after the Pro14 final against Scarlets at the Aviva Stadium.

Larmour grew up watching the trio and is now playing alongside them. He feels that adding the league trophy to the European Champions Cup won earlier in May would be the perfect parting gift.

"It’s finals rugby," said the 20-year-old, who burst onto the scene this season. "We have put in all the hard work at the start of the season to get ourselves into this position.

"We really want to give Isa, Jordi, Ricard a good send off – getting one more piece of silverware would do the job."

Larmour is particularly close to the departing Nacewa because they played together in the back division and the club captain was always around to lend the youngster a helping hand.

"Ica is an absolute legend – he’s a really humble guy, a lovely guy and when I first came in he was really helpful," the Grand Slam winner told RTÉ Sport.

"Any questions I had, I went to him. He helped me out, he pulled me aside for a few chats. He’s an absolute legend and it’s hard to put into words how good of a player and how good of a person he is.

"You can see how much the club means to him – the fans love him, he gives so much to the club and it would be nice to send him off with another piece of silverware."

Nacewa and Strauss are both retiring while Murphy is moving to join Ulster.

Scarlets have already been dealt an injury blow with the news that Scotland international John Barclay will miss the final due to a ruptured tendon in his ankle.

Larmour in action for Ireland in the 2018 Six Nations

Another reason Larmour wants to see Leinster play some champagne rugby against their Welsh opponents this weekend is to repay their fans’ loyalty.

Their last two wins – in the European final over Racing 92 and the Pro14 semi-final victory against Munster – were relatively dour affairs and contained little of the Blues’ trademark flair.

"The season has been great so far, but there’s still one piece of silverware to get and we’re all gunning for it," said Larmour.

"This week we’re just trying to get our bodies right after that Munster game, which was really physical and there were a few sore bodies in the dressing room.

"Hopefully we can put in a better performance against Scarlets – we haven’t been too far off, but we still have a lot more to give. Hopefully this Saturday we can deliver.

"The supporters have been unreal this season so it would be nice to give them something back this weekend – one more trophy."

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