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Dublin: -1 °C Wednesday 21 February, 2018

#Ulster

# ulster - Yesterday’s News

From TheJournal.ie Doctor at rape trial: 'Not possible' to tell if injuries caused by consensual or non-consensual sex Belfast Crown Court

Doctor at rape trial: 'Not possible' to tell if injuries caused by consensual or non-consensual sex

The court also heard from a policeman from the rape crisis unit.

# ulster - Saturday 17 February, 2018

'We put a hell of a lot of effort into that game - the sheer amount of defence we did cost us'

Ulster fell to a late 17-16 Pro14 defeat to Edinburgh on Friday night at Kingspan Stadium.

# ulster - Thursday 15 February, 2018

Herring, Bowe and Deysel return as Gibbes' Ulster look to build on bright start

Alan O’Connor captains his adopted province from the second row.

# ulster - Wednesday 14 February, 2018

'He used to bully the hell out of me! He really scared me, frightened me actually'

Ulster coach Niall Malone on Edinburgh head coach Richard Cockerill and all things in the northern province.

# ulster - Tuesday 13 February, 2018

Ulster expect Charles Piutau back in action within five weeks after rib injury

If it’s good news you want, Andrew Trimble seems to be over his back issue and may feature against Edinburgh this week.

Concern for Ulster as Cheika's Wallabies look to lure Gibbes away

The former All Blacks back row could link up with his old boss in Australia.

# ulster - Saturday 10 February, 2018

'The scoreboard looks good but there was a hell of a lot of effort that went into getting that'

Interim Ulster boss Jono Gibbes got off to a winning start with a comprehensive defeat of the Southern Kings on Friday night.

# ulster - Friday 9 February, 2018

Gilroy hat-trick crowns Ulster demolition job on Kings to begin Gibbes reign

The bonus point win was tempered for Gibbes as Charles Piutau, Sean Reidy and Rob Lyttle all picked up injuries.

From TheJournal.ie Jury taken to Paddy Jackson's home to scene of alleged rape Rape Trial

Jury taken to Paddy Jackson's home to scene of alleged rape

The jury were taken in two groups of six to Jackson’s bedroom.

# ulster - Wednesday 7 February, 2018

More history beckons for Joy Neville as she prepares for Pro14 debut

The Limerick native was named the World Rugby Referee of the Year last year.

From TheJournal.ie 'I was raped. I don't think I can make myself more clear': Alleged victim continues evidence in court Ulster

'I was raped. I don't think I can make myself more clear': Alleged victim continues evidence in court

The young woman faced cross examination from the defence again today.

# ulster - Wednesday 31 January, 2018

Les Kiss leaves Ulster by mutual consent as Jono Gibbes takes over

The former Ireland defence coach is leaving his position as director of rugby.

# ulster - Monday 22 January, 2018

Cold comfort for Ulster as they fall a long way short

Application was the only consolation Rory Best could put a finger on after a sound beating away to Wasps.

# ulster - Sunday 21 January, 2018

Ulster left to lick their wounds, but Stockdale knock won't keep him out of Six Nations

The 21-year-old international star was forced off in the first half in Coventry, but a dead leg won’t keep him sidelined for long.

Quarter-final shake-up pits Leinster against Saracens while Munster host Toulon

There are further French tests ahead for Munster if they make it to the semi-finals.

Ulster left out in the cold as Wasps win all too comfortably in Coventry

Jacob Stockdale hobbled off injured as Ulster found themselves out-muscled and out-played in every department.

As it happened: Wasps vs Ulster, Champions Cup

Ulster made the trip to the Ricoh Arena aiming to book their place in this year’s Champions Cup quarter-finals against Wasps.

Must-win match with Wasps a chance for Ulster to prove a point to themselves

‘Make sure this is not another false dawn,’ was the forceful message from Rory Best after a sensational win over La Rochelle.

# ulster - Friday 19 January, 2018

Ulster need to "build momentum" this weekend before losing key players during Six Nations Eir Close Calls This post contains videos

Ulster need to "build momentum" this weekend before losing key players during Six Nations

It’s a big weekend for Munster and Ulster as they attempt to clinch quarter-final spots.

Henderson bumped to back row for Ulster's crucial clash with Wasps

Les KIss has made minimal changes to the team who defeated La Rochelle.

# ulster - Wednesday 17 January, 2018

Cheekbone surgery sidelines Gilroy, but Herbst back for Ulster's trip to Wasps

The wing has undergone surgery to have a plate inserted after he was an early casualty in the hard-fought win over La Rochelle.

# ulster - Monday 15 January, 2018

'We've to make sure this is not another false dawn': Best urges Ulster to back up big performance

The Ireland captain had to wait a long time to taste victory for Ulster, and he’s intent on repeating the feat on Sunday.

# ulster - Sunday 14 January, 2018

'When you're under pressure, who stands up and who doesn't fold?': Kiss hails lasting Lealiifano impact

The Australian playmaker, “a warrior through and through”, bade farewell to Belfast ahead of his return to the Brumbies later this month.

# ulster - Saturday 13 January, 2018

'Vicious, belligerent' Ulster delivered at the vital moments

Ulster refused to be defined by their shaky form in recent weeks and endeavoured to win every inch possible.

Brilliant Best leads ferocious Ulster to victory over La Rochelle

Pool 1 is now topped by Ulster after a three-try win over the powerhouse French outift.

As it happened: Ulster vs La Rochelle, Champions Cup

Ulster took on La Rochelle knowing a win would see them go top in their Champions Cup pool.

Lavishly-talented La Rochelle the tallest of orders for Ulster

Ulster must plough every last drop of effort and will to take over top spot in their Champions Cup pool.

# ulster - Friday 12 January, 2018

Henderson at lock as Ulster grit their teeth for make-or-break clash with La Rochelle

Wiehahn Herbst was a late withdrawal from the squad, so Ross Kane has been drafted in from A duty to take a place among the replacements.

'You don’t play to run up and down hills': Rory Best chasing long overdue taste of victory in Ulster jersey

The Ireland captain has won many more Tests than provincial ties in the past year.

# ulster - Sunday 7 January, 2018

New overseas out-half on the way for Ulster but Bowe injured

Les Kiss says the northern province have secured a new playmaker to replace Christian Lealiifano.

# ulster - Saturday 6 January, 2018

'He'd step you in a phone box' - Larmour clamour continues to grow

The Leinster fullback scored two tries against Ulster at the RDS.

Larmour-led Leinster finish inter-pro series in style by downing sorry Ulster

The 20-year-old was in scintillating form once again for Leo Cullen’s side.

As it happened: Leinster v Ulster, Pro14 Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Leinster v Ulster, Pro14

We were at the RDS as Leo Cullen’s side looked to complete an inter-pro clean sweep.

# ulster - Monday 1 January, 2018

A game of two halves! Four-try Ulster produce massive comeback to topple 14-man Munster

17-0 down at half-time, it was a huge result for Ulster in the Pro14 at Kingspan Stadium.

As It Happened: Ulster v Munster, Pro14

Kingspan Stadium hosted the second of the New Year’s Day inter-pros.

# ulster - Sunday 31 December, 2017

Quiz: Can you name the Ireland rugby international from their club gear?

How well do you know the Ireland rugby players?

# ulster - Saturday 30 December, 2017

11 changes for Munster and a host of Ulster names return as they prepare for battle

The teams are in for Monday’s clash at Kingspan Stadium.

# ulster - Saturday 23 December, 2017

As it happened: Connacht v Ulster, Guinness Pro14

We were in Galway for the first of the year’s festive inter-pros as Connacht hosted Ulster.

# ulster - Friday 22 December, 2017

Stockdale at fullback with fellow former U20 star McPhillips primed for Ulster debut

Meanwhile, Darren Cave will win his 200th cap for his province on John Cooney’s return to Galway.

O’Halloran and Adeolokun return as Connacht prepare to get Christmas inter-pros underway

Niyi Adeolokun, Matt Healy and Tiernan O’Halloran all return for the visit of Ulster to Galway.

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