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5dPA Sport

Ulster stay in playoff race with Glasgow win

Ulster stayed in the race to make the Guinness PRO14 play-offs by claiming a 36-15 bonus point victory over Glasgow at the Kingspan Stadium in their last regulation season home game.

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8dCillian O Conchuir

Piutau wants to give Ulster parting gift

Ulster's former All Black Charles Piutau is determined to "make the jersey proud" as he aims to help deliver Champions Cup qualification in his final two appearances for the Irish province.

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13dESPN Staff

Stockdale keeps Ulster's playoff hopes alive

A Jacob Stockdale try in injury time helped Ulster to a 8-0 victory over Ospreys at Kingspan Stadium, after the Irish Province led for 3-0 for 73 minutes of the game.

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15dESPN Staff

Ulster sponsor breaks silence on rape trial

Ulster Rugby sponsor Bank of Ireland (BOI) has told the province that it is "highly concerned" with the behavioural and conduct issues that arose during the recent rape trial which saw player's Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding acquitted March 29.

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20dESPN Staff

Ulster keep PRO14 playoff hopes alive

Ulster Rugby kept their PRO14 playoff hopes alive with a stunning 32-20 bonus-point win over Edinburgh in Murrayfield.

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21dESPN Staff

Jackson apologises, will always regret events

Ulster fly-half Paddy Jackson admitted he was ashamed as he apologised for his behaviour that led to him facing rape charges, which he was cleared of last week.

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23dESPN Staff

Gilroy 'deeply sorry' for rape trial message

Ulster player Craig Gilroy has apologised "unreservedly" for a WhatsApp message he sent which was used in the rape trial of teammates Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding.

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30dESPN Staff

Ireland players found not guilty of rape

Ireland internationals Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding have been cleared of rape following an eight-week trial in a Belfast court.

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33dPA Sport

Cardiff inch towards Champions Cup place

Cardiff Blues extended their winning run in the PRO14 to five matches with an important 35-17 bonus-point victory over Ulster at the Arms Park.

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38dPA Sport

Best, Kearney extend IRFU deals

Ireland captain Rory Best and fullback Rob Kearney have signed new contracts with the Irish Rugby Football Union until the 2019 World Cup.

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56dPA Sport

Gibbes to leave Ulster, return to New Zealand

Jono Gibbes will leave his post as Ulster head coach at the end of the PRO14 season to return to his native New Zealand.

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60dESPN Staff

Scarlets' win sets up crunch clash with Leinster

Scarlets made sure that their March 2 clash with Leinster will see the victor take pole position in the battle for a home PRO14 semifinal with a thumping 34-10 win over Ulster.

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77dPA Sport

Gilroy hat trick helps Ulster smash Kings

Craig Gilroy raced in for a hat trick of tries to mark Ulster's first game since the departure of coach Les Kiss as the 59-10 destruction of the Kings saw Joy Neville become the first female referee in the PRO14.

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96dPA Sport

Wasps and Ulster both out of Europe

Wasps ended their European Champions Cup group campaign on a winning note with a convincing 26-7 victory over Ulster at the Ricoh Arena.

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101dESPN Staff

Bowe confirms retirement for end of season

Ireland and British & Irish Lions wing Tommy Bowe has revealed he will bow out of professional rugby at the end of the campaign.

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104dPA Sport

Ulster usurp La Rochelle atop Pool 1

Ulster knocked La Rochelle off top spot in European Champions Cup Pool 1 with a hard-fought 20-13 win over the French side at a wet and windy Kingspan Stadium on Saturday.

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110dPA Sport

Larmour inspires Leinster to Ulster rout

Leinster completed a hat trick of Guinness PRO14 derby wins over the festive period as they hammered Ulster 38-7 at the RDS.

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116dPA Sport

Munster fall to inspired Ulster comeback

Ulster produced a huge second-half comeback to snatch a dramatic bonus-point 24-17 win over Irish provincial rivals Munster at the Kingspan Stadium.

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132dPA Sport

Kiss: Ulster wanted 'major statement' vs. Quins

Ulster director of rugby Les Kiss was a happy man after his side's six-try 52-24 bonus-point victory over Harlequins which secured second spot in Pool 1 of the European Champions Cup.

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134dESPN Staff

CC team news: Quins without star trio

The Champions Cup is set for another enthralling weekend of action as the return legs of the double headers are played and pools continue to take shape.

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138dPA Sport

Ulster beat Quins at a snowy Stoop

Harlequins' hopes of progression to the Champions Cup quarter-finals were virtually extinguished as they crashed to a third-consecutive defeat in Europe, a 17-5 loss at home to Ulster.

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142dESPN Staff

Ireland backrow Murphy makes Ulster switch

Ulster Rugby have announced that Ireland and current Leinster backrow Jordi Murphy will join the province next summer on a two-year deal.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • ULST15th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Saracens : 24 Tries Scored
    SARAC1st
    15
    24
  • ULST12th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 83 Points Difference
    LEINS1st
    14
    83