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Ulster: Not all doom and gloom! 


It’s not all doom and gloom for Ulster as the Ulster 7′s team (who knew) picked up the Glasgow City 7′s trophy at the weekend. The team certainly went about it the hard way. After regulation victories in the opening rounds Ulster went behind 26 – 12 in the final against Glasgow Warriors before three tries in …

PRO12: Munster 17 Ulster 19

Celebrations for Ulster at Thomond.

We travelled more in hope than in expectation but the young inexperienced Ulster side produced a dogged and gutsy display to complete a league double over Munster at a wet and windy Thomond Park on Saturday evening. The game was far from a classic but it was exactly the kind of display that Ulster’s second …

Ravens: Team for Jersey


Lewis Stevenson will captain the Ulster Ravens tomorrow against Jersey at La Rue des Landes, St Peter’s (kick off 3pm). The lock is one of 13 players in the starting line-up to have represented the senior Ulster team. Kyle McCall, Niall Annett and Ricky Lutton form a powerful front row, with Stevenson partnered by Neil …

PRO12: Ulster 13 Zebre 6

Payne sparkles in an otherwise uneventful match. Picture from RaboDirect PRO12

Ulster completed their four match “Italian Job” with a 13 – 6 win at a wet and windy Ravenhill on Friday evening. The sequence of matches against Zebre and Treviso see’s Ulster top of their pool in the Heineken Cup and second in the PRO12 but there are a few more testing fixtures in the …

Ravens: Ulster Undone by Fresh Ayr!


The Ravens stuttering form in the British and Irish Cup continued with the Ulster second string suffering a 41 – 22 defeat at Millbrae on Saturday afternoon. Stuart McCloskey, Conor Joyce and Adam Liddell touched down for the Ravens and James McKinney added two conversions and a penalty in a high scoring game. Paddy Wallace …

PRO12: Ulster 41 Edinburgh 17

Gilroy pays his own tribute to Doctor Who as he stopped time to beat the Edinburgh defence.

Ulster made a welcome return to winning ways scoring five tries in a  41 – 17 romp against Edinburgh at Ravenhill last night. Craig Gliroy led the way scoring two tries on his return to action after injury, and Paul Marshall, Robbie Diack and James McKinney also touched down with McKinney adding five conversions and …

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