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Five years on from his death, Ulster produce moving documentary remembering Nevin Spence

This is a poignant and moving watch.

TO MARK THE fifth anniversary of his tragic passing, Ulster have produced a moving and stirring documentary remembering the life of Nevin Spence, as well as hearing of the legacy he has left behind.

Spence, one of Ulster’s and Ireland’s most talented young players, lost his life in a farming accident along with his brother Graham and father Noel on 15 September 2012. He was just 22.

In a half-an-hour video released today, Ulster speak to some of the people closest to Spence as his rise from Dromore High School to the bright lights of Ravenhill is charted.

You can watch the documentary below:

Source: Ulster Rugby/YouTube

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