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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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.

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Lealiifano saves Ulster blushes at Dragons

Newport Gwent Dragons and Ulster fought out a dramatic PRO14 draw at Rodney Parade with visiting fly-half Christian Lealiifano both hero and villain.

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Schmidt delighted with 'impressive' Stockdale

Joe Schmidt revealed his delight at Jacob Stockdale's two-try breakthrough performance as Ireland saw off Argentina 28-19 in Dublin.

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Trimble rescues Ulster against Treviso

A last-gasp 77th minute try from replacement Andrew Trimble along with a critical conversion kicked by Christian Leali'ifano rescued Ulster from defeat as they beat Benetton Rugby 23-22.

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Ulster's second-half fightback prevents upset

Ulster staged a superb second-half fightback to record a 43-36 Guinness Pro14 win over Southern Kings after trailing 22-10 at the break in Port Elizabeth.

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McGrath brace guides Leinster past Ulster

Two tries from Luke McGrath and one by Jordan Larmour saw Leinster beat Ulster 25-10 in the Guinness PRO14 interprovincial derby.

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Ireland include Aki, leave out Zebo

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt has included Connacht's newly Irish-qualified centre Bundee Aki, while dropping Simon Zebo for autumn internationals against Argentina, Fiji and South Africa.

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Ulster well beaten at La Rochelle

La Rochelle maintained a winning start to their debut Champions Cup campaign by following victory at Harlequins with a 41-17 home win over Ulster in Pool 1.

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Ulster consign Wasps to fifth straight defeat

Two tries in as many minutes was enough for Ulster as Les Kiss' side saw off a spirited Wasps side 19-9 in the opening Champions Cup fixture at the Kingspan.

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102dESPN Staff

Champ Cup team news: Launchbury returns

The Champions Cup is back after a five month absence as 20 teams from seven countries compete for European club rugby's coveted prize.

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108dPA Sport

Ulster grind out win over Connacht

A stunning second-half try by in-form winger Jacob Stockdale saw Ulster win a closely fought Guinness PRO14 Irish derby with Connacht by 16-8.

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Superb final 40 sees Zebre down Ulster

Ulster suffered a surprise Guinness PRO14 defeat as they came unstuck 27-23 against Italian opponents Zebre at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi.

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126dPA Sport

Best sidelined by hamstring tear

Ireland captain Rory Best looks set to miss Ulster's opening two European Champions Cup games next month after suffering a hamstring injury.

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