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  • Ulster confirm signing of Springboks star Marcell Coetzee - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    24 we believe his best years are still ahead of him which is hugely exciting and shows the commitment Marcell has given to Ulster Rugby I know that this was an incredibly difficult decision for him to make with the attachment he has to the Sharks not to mention the high level of interest from other clubs Having spent plenty of time talking with Marcell it is also evident that he has all the key character attributes like many South Africans that have gone before him at Ulster to fit into our culture seamlessly and have a massively positive impact on our environment We are all very excited about what he will bring to Ulster in the coming seasons and we wish him success this season with the Sharks Related Content Major coup for Ulster as Springboks star Marcell Coetzee agrees move O Connor Ulster should always pack a punch Les Kiss keeps faith but admits there s much room for improvement Battling Ulster are summit special Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre From the web Read More Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try By Michael Sadlier There was some talk of fatigue Six Nations disruption and Groundhog Day even got a mention but these were dismissed as mere excuses Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat By Michael Sadlier Ulster went back to the top of the PRO12 table after another disjointed performance still proved enough to see off reigning champions Glasgow Warriors 13 10 at the Kingspan Stadium Ulster living life on the edge with win over Glasgow By Michael Sadlier Well it wasn t great was it Even so it is another win 13 10 over Glasgow Warriors and for that we should be grateful though many more of these misfiring efforts and you can t help but wonder if Les Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win By Michael Sadlier Ulster returned to the top of the Pro12 alongside inter pro rivals Connacht after a hard fought win over reigning champions Glasgow Warriors Widget page Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try Ulster Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat Ulster Springbok Marcell Coetzee deal sets out a new era for Ulster Ulster Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win Ulster Major coup for

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/ulster-confirm-signing-of-springboks-star-marcell-coetzee-34444363.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Ulster v Glasgow: Patient Kyle McCall now ready to make his mark - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    the considerable feat of being Ulster s top tackler with 21 to his name after the narrow 25 23 triumph at Stade Ernest Wallon It was a game where the mobile young prop really showed just how much more he offers other than simply strong scrummaging I love tackling and I love that contact and physicality alongside my work rate he recalls of that first European game in France I didn t go out that day to be top tackler it was just something that occurred by trying to do the best I could for the team I just wanted to put my body on the line And as McCall explains I also want to carry ball and be involved in the game You need to be able scrum first to play at this level but once you nail that it s about playing eyes up rugby and hopefully getting the ball in hand Scrummaging tackling and running with the ball It sounds like Ulster have developed the complete package Related Content Munster next stop for legend Paul O Connell insists Ulster s Les Kiss Major coup for Ulster as Springboks star Marcell Coetzee agrees move O Connor Ulster should always pack a punch Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre From the web Read More Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try By Michael Sadlier There was some talk of fatigue Six Nations disruption and Groundhog Day even got a mention but these were dismissed as mere excuses Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat By Michael Sadlier Ulster went back to the top of the PRO12 table after another disjointed performance still proved enough to see off reigning champions Glasgow Warriors 13 10 at the Kingspan Stadium Ulster living life on the edge with win over Glasgow By Michael Sadlier Well it wasn t great was it Even so it is another win 13 10 over Glasgow Warriors and for that we should be grateful though many more of these misfiring efforts and you can t help but wonder if Les Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win By Michael Sadlier Ulster returned to the top of the Pro12 alongside inter pro rivals Connacht after a hard fought win over reigning champions Glasgow Warriors Widget page Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try Ulster Ulster

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/ulster-v-glasgow-patient-kyle-mccall-now-ready-to-make-his-mark-34442748.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Munster next stop for legend Paul O'Connell, insists Ulster's Les Kiss - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    a regret for the Limerick native Everyone had a huge interest to see how he would go over there he said I know he was sad as to whether it would compromise his time experiencing a new lifestyle so I really feel for him that he s had to call quits early He s not a quitter but I believe the medical advice was that he had to move that way Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre From the web Read More Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try new By Michael Sadlier There was some talk of fatigue Six Nations disruption and Groundhog Day even got a mention but these were dismissed as mere excuses Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat By Michael Sadlier Ulster went back to the top of the PRO12 table after another disjointed performance still proved enough to see off reigning champions Glasgow Warriors 13 10 at the Kingspan Stadium Ulster living life on the edge with win over Glasgow By Michael Sadlier Well it wasn t great was it Even so it is another win 13 10 over Glasgow Warriors and for that we should be grateful though many more of these misfiring efforts and you can t help but wonder if Les Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win By Michael Sadlier Ulster returned to the top of the Pro12 alongside inter pro rivals Connacht after a hard fought win over reigning champions Glasgow Warriors Widget page Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat Ulster Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try Ulster Springbok Marcell Coetzee deal sets out a new era for Ulster Ulster Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win Ulster Major coup for Ulster as Springboks star Marcell Coetzee agrees move Ulster More than 500 000 watch Drumquin Northern Ireland men s sofa struggles Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Boot out of rugby coaches who rush players with brain injuries back onto Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/munster-next-stop-for-legend-paul-oconnell-insists-ulsters-les-kiss-34439222.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Major coup for Ulster as Springboks star Marcell Coetzee agrees move - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    the Sharks where with Pat Lambie absent he will captain the side tomorrow against Toulouse in a friendly Official confirmation of the deal is not expected to come until after Coetzee s final Super Rugby season with his hometown team has kicked off The Sharks campaign begins against the Kings on February 27 Coetzee s arrival will continue a long association between Ulster and the Natal side Pienaar Ludik van der Merwe and Wiehahn Herbst have all represented the Sharks in the past as did previous imports such as Johann Muller Robbie Kempson BJ Botha and Stefan Terblanche Related Content O Connor Ulster should always pack a punch Les Kiss keeps faith but admits there s much room for improvement Battling Ulster are summit special Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre From the web Read More Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try By Michael Sadlier There was some talk of fatigue Six Nations disruption and Groundhog Day even got a mention but these were dismissed as mere excuses Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat By Michael Sadlier Ulster went back to the top of the PRO12 table after another disjointed performance still proved enough to see off reigning champions Glasgow Warriors 13 10 at the Kingspan Stadium Ulster living life on the edge with win over Glasgow By Michael Sadlier Well it wasn t great was it Even so it is another win 13 10 over Glasgow Warriors and for that we should be grateful though many more of these misfiring efforts and you can t help but wonder if Les Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win By Michael Sadlier Ulster returned to the top of the Pro12 alongside inter pro rivals Connacht after a hard fought win over reigning champions Glasgow Warriors Widget page Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try Ulster Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat Ulster Springbok Marcell Coetzee deal sets out a new era for Ulster Ulster Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win Ulster Major coup for Ulster as Springboks star Marcell Coetzee agrees move Ulster Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/major-coup-for-ulster-as-springboks-star-marcell-coetzee-agrees-move-34439736.html (2016-02-15)
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  • O'Connor: Ulster should always pack a punch - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Stuart Olding is tackled by the Dragons Adam Warren Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Jacob Stockdale is tackled by the Dragons Angus O Brien Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Ruan Pienaar tackles the Dragons Charlie Davies Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Jacob Stockdale is tackled by the Dragons Angus O Brien Pic Presseye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Darren Cave is tackled by the Dragons Ben White and Angus O Brien Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Try for Ulster s Sean Reidy tackled by the Dragons Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Roger Wilson is tackled by the Dragons Charlie Davies Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Try for Ulster s Sean Reidy Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Sean Reidy is tackled by the Dragons Rynard Landman and Ed Jackson While the former Leinster sub academy player provided another strong outing in what has been a season of continued development there were also some bright moments from Jacob Stockdale on his first start The 20 year old former Wallace High pupil was making his first appearance at Kingspan Stadium and provided an occasional spark with ball in hand a turnover on the deck and a key tackle on Dragons captain Rynard Landman that may well have saved a try After a more mixed second half Les Kiss says the Irish Under 20 international will learn from the aspects of his game that did not go according to plan There were some really good touches but there are some lessons about what you need at this level that concentration for longer periods of the game Kiss said He carried the ball and fell along and didn t get it back He dropped a pass on the touchline and missed an easy tackle All these things will be good lessons I thought in general there were some really nice touches He s just got to stay really focused and concentrate on the basics of the game because you do get more fatigued at this level He ll need to develop that mental strength but overall there were some real moments to take forward as a positive Dragons ace Carl Meyer was cited yesterday after an incident involving Ulster s Stuart Olding on Friday night The clash in the 66th minute of the contest brought a long consultation between referee Nigel Owens and the TMO but no action was taken at the time The Welsh

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/oconnor-ulster-should-always-pack-a-punch-34435165.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Battling Ulster are summit special - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    more popular figure five minutes later when awarding the hosts a penalty try It came after a high tackle on Pienaar had saw the ball sent to the corner and Reidy looked set for a second score only for Dragons to halt the maul illegally Jackson s conversion reduced the arrears to a point and there would be ten minutes with a man advantage thanks to a yellow for Matthew Screech A second yellow was hot on the heels with a swinging arm from Ben White earning the flanker a spell in the bin The act would end the day of Pete Browne and see Clive Ross move into the second row with John Andrew in at hooker and Herring shifted into seven Dragons put up huge resistance despite the numerical disadvantage and even when Ulster thought they d taken the lead through Roger Wilson a lengthy TMO consultation saw another try chalked off this time for McCloskey knock on Kiss s side had yet another chance to take a first lead but Jackson s long range penalty came back off the crossbar A second chance would come when Corry Hill was caught with his hands in the ruck this time Jackson made no mistake Ulster L Ludik C Gilroy D Cave S Olding J Stockdale I Humphreys R Pienaar C Black R Herring c R Lutton A O Connor P Browne R Diack S Reidy R Wilson Replacements J Andrew for Herring 56 K McCall for Black 43 B Ross for Lutton 70 C Ross for Reidy 53 N Williams for Diack 43 P Marshall for Olding 66 P Jackson for Humphreys 40 S McCloskey for Ludik 40 Dragons C Meyer A Hewitt A Hughes A Warren H Amos A O Brien C Davies P Price E Dee B Harris M Screech R Landman c B White N Cudd E Jackson Replacements R Buckley B Stankovich for Price 57 S Knight for Harris 65 C Hill for White 67 J Benjamin for Jackson 33 S Pretorius R Jones N Scott Man of match Alan O Connor Related Content Kiss keeps faith but admits there s much room for improvement Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre From the web Read More Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try By Michael Sadlier There was some talk of fatigue Six Nations disruption and Groundhog Day even got a mention but these were dismissed as mere excuses

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/battling-ulster-are-summit-special-34428541.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Les Kiss keeps faith but admits there's much room for improvement - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    t know if it was a bit of white line fever but we just didn t play how you should We just made it difficult for ourselves but I never stopped thinking we d get the money At one point there I thought we d be getting a bonus point try he said If we got that Wilson s try then the boys were saying they d have been confident with the rest of the game I don t know how many phases it was but you can t change what s happened he added There were a few decisions we had to work through that we didn t think were the best but you have to fight your way through that I won t be painting over the cracks there s a few things we need to be getting in front of for sure but the boys will put their hands up Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre From the web Read More Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try By Michael Sadlier There was some talk of fatigue Six Nations disruption and Groundhog Day even got a mention but these were dismissed as mere excuses Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat By Michael Sadlier Ulster went back to the top of the PRO12 table after another disjointed performance still proved enough to see off reigning champions Glasgow Warriors 13 10 at the Kingspan Stadium Ulster living life on the edge with win over Glasgow By Michael Sadlier Well it wasn t great was it Even so it is another win 13 10 over Glasgow Warriors and for that we should be grateful though many more of these misfiring efforts and you can t help but wonder if Les Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win By Michael Sadlier Ulster returned to the top of the Pro12 alongside inter pro rivals Connacht after a hard fought win over reigning champions Glasgow Warriors Widget page Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Just try and stop me now says Black after first Ulster try Ulster Ulster need to step it up or bubble will burst says Barakat Ulster Springbok Marcell Coetzee deal sets out a new era for Ulster Ulster Ulster return to Pro12 summit with Glasgow Warriors win Ulster Major coup for Ulster as Springboks star Marcell Coetzee agrees move Ulster Pregnant woman booted off Belfast

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/les-kiss-keeps-faith-but-admits-theres-much-room-for-improvement-34428536.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Ulster top Guinness Pro12 with narrow Newport Gwent Dragons victory - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Stuart McCloskey is tackled by the Dragons Adam Hughes Pic Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Claire Hutchinson of Diageo with man of the match Ulster Paddy Jackson Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Stuart Olding and Paddy Jackson Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Paddy Jackson kicks the winning penalty for Ulster Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Alan O Connor Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Stuart Olding is tackled by the Dragons Adam Warren Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast The Dragon s Charlie Davies Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Stuart Olding is tackled by the Dragons Adam Warren Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Darren Cave is tackled by the Dragons Ben White and Angus O Brien Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Try for Ulster s Sean Reidy tackled by the Dragons Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Roger Wilson is tackled by the Dragons Charlie Davies Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Try for Ulster s Sean Reidy Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Sean Reidy is tackled by the Dragons Rynard Landman and Ed Jackson Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast High tackle on Ulster s Ruan Pienaar is tackled by the Dragons Ben White Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Stuart McCloskey is tackled by the Dragons Nic Cudd and Carl Meyer Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Dragon s Charlie Davies Pic Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Stuart Olding is tackled by the Dragons Adam Warren Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Jacob Stockdale is tackled by the Dragons Angus O Brien Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Ruan Pienaar tackles the Dragons Charlie Davies Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Jacob Stockdale is tackled by the Dragons Angus O Brien Pic Presseye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Darren Cave is tackled by the Dragons Ben White and Angus O Brien Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Try for Ulster s Sean Reidy tackled by the Dragons Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Roger Wilson is tackled by the Dragons Charlie Davies Picture by Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Try for Ulster s Sean Reidy Darren Kidd Press Eye Guinness PRO12 Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium Belfast Ulster s Sean Reidy is tackled by the Dragons Rynard Landman and Ed Jackson Hewitt may well have winced when watching a replay of Ulster s opener The hosts remained patient when racking up the phases and when the ball was moved wide Rob Herring put Sean Reidy charging up the sideline Bursting through the attempted tackle of the right wing the flanker fended of the tackle of O Brien to score his third try in as many games At a difficult angle for a left footer Humphreys knocked over the conversion The out half was over himself soon after only for Nigel Owens to call the move back for a prior infringement When Dragons were in possession they displayed real intent to move the ball and offered running lines that were testing Ulster s defence and only a strong tackle from the impressive home debutant Jacob Stockdale with a timely boot clear from Roger Wilson stopping the Welsh side from furthering their lead before the turn Half time saw the re inforcements called upon with Stuart McCloskey a late inclusion having also been returned from Carton House and Jackson summoned from the replacements The re jig saw Olding move to full back in place of Louis Ludik A fleet footed break from the fit again youngster provided the first excitement of the half but Ulster were unable to capitalise on the territory The third of the three big guns on the bench Nick Williams would be on just minutes after the break when Diack took a heavy hit in the tackle Missed tackles would present Dragons with another opening and having already provided one fine effort they added another with full back Meyer going over with Ulster complaining of crossing Owens was sure there had been no advantage gained and Dragons led by eight The Welsh whistler would be a more popular figure five minutes later when awarding the hosts a penalty try It came after a high tackle on Pienaar had saw the ball sent to the corner and Reidy looked set for a second score only for Dragons to halt the

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