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#Ulster

# ulster - Yesterday’s News

McCloskey to start at centre as Henry returns to bench

Fly-half Sam Windsor will also make his debut for the province against the Glasgow Warriors.

# ulster - Saturday 30 January, 2016

Olding scores on return as Ulster claim vital bonus-point win

Les Kiss’ side kept their PRO12 playoff hopes alive after they claimed a maximum five points in Italy.

# ulster - Friday 29 January, 2016

Stuart Olding returns for Ulster after 10 months out through injury

The Ireland international has not featured since last March.

# ulster - Saturday 23 January, 2016

Ulster give themselves quarter-final chance with hammering of Oyonnax

The northern province ran in eight tries in total at Kingspan Stadium.

As it happened: Ulster v Oyonnax, Champions Cup

The Irish province are chasing a bonus-point victory this afternoon to keep their quarter-finals hopes alive.

# ulster - Friday 22 January, 2016

Stuart McCloskey ‘rested’ for Ulster’s crucial Champions Cup clash with Oyonnax

The northern province are chasing a bonus point to give them the best chance of making the Champions Cup quarter-finals.

# ulster - Thursday 21 January, 2016

Stuart Olding ready to end 10-month injury absence with centre slot for Ulster A

The 22-year-old will wear the number 13 shirt in Bristol tomorrow night.

Ulster taking lessons from latest Toulouse slip-up with clinical approach to take apart Oyonnax

Don’t expect Barbarians rugby when Ulster go chasing a bonus point win on Saturday, expect relentless pragmatism.

# ulster - Wednesday 20 January, 2016

A dozen rock solid reasons why Rory Best was the perfect choice to be Ireland captain

The hooker has been inspirational throughout his 89 caps for his country.

10-week ban for gouging Luke Marshall keeps Chris Ashton out of the Six Nations

The winger pleaded not guilty to the offence.

# ulster - Tuesday 19 January, 2016

‘We’ve been talking about it for years, but our performances haven’t improved in big games’ — Jared Payne

The Ireland international says he hasn’t spoken to Joe Schmidt about whether he’ll be needed as a centre or fullback option next month.

# ulster - Monday 18 January, 2016

Outside chance for Munster? How the Champions Cup 1/4 final shake-up stands

The quarter-final countdown is on, so we dusted off the scientific calculator to see who is likely to go in to the last eight.

# ulster - Saturday 16 January, 2016

As it happened: Saracens v Ulster, Champions Cup

We followed all the action from Allianz Park.

# ulster - Monday 11 January, 2016

Here’s what Ulster and Connacht need to happen to reach their European quarter-finals

A few wins could make everything quite straightforward.

We could watch Paddy Jackson’s 53m match-winning penalty on a loop ’til February The Jackhammer This post contains videos

We could watch Paddy Jackson’s 53m match-winning penalty on a loop ’til February

Please, Ulster. Never do that to us again.

# ulster - Sunday 10 January, 2016

Monstrous Jackson kick completes incredible Ulster comeback

The introduction of Pienaar and the Ireland fly-half saves coach Kiss’ blushes against Oyonnax.

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That cold weather has arrived: Sally Gap closed after snow in Leinster

Connacht and Ulster will experience similar conditions tonight.

As it happened: Oyonnax v Ulster, Champions Cup

Les Kiss’ side complete incredible comeback to claim one-point win in France.

‘I still have a lot to offer on and off the pitch’: Humphreys primed for starting role

‘Players respect him, because what he says he can back up,’ says Humphreys of the man he’s keeping out of the side today.

# ulster - Friday 8 January, 2016

Gilroy returns to Ulster line-up but big names left out for Champions Cup trip

Les Kiss has made eight changes for Sunday’s meeting with Oyonnax in France.

# ulster - Thursday 7 January, 2016

Which Irish province has the biggest game in the weekend ahead? On The Road This post contains a poll

Which Irish province has the biggest game in the weekend ahead?

There is a lot at stake in two competitions for our four provinces. Which one will you refuse to miss?

# ulster - Sunday 3 January, 2016

Kildare, Tyrone, Galway and Clare amongst the opening day football winners

Kildare, Tyrone, Galway and Clare amongst the opening day football winners

There was plenty of action on around the country.

‘You can’t play victim the whole time’: Foley heartened by Munster grind

The Munster head coach believed in his approach even in the midst of the five-game losing run.

# ulster - Saturday 2 January, 2016

Keatley ‘refocused and recharged’ thanks to winter break

Munster head coach called his out-half superb after pulling the strings of a hard-fought away win today.

Brilliant back row, Keatley’s calm and more talking points from Munster’s win

Stuart McCloskey was exceptional for Ulster once again.

Keatley keeps his cool to arrest Munster slide with win away to Ulster

The under-fire out-half ensured his team avoided a sixth straight loss.

As it happened: Ulster v Munster, Guinness Pro12

Anthony Foley’s men were looking to end their five-game losing streak at the Kingspan Stadium.

This Ireland international front row hits the west coast waves to clear his mind

Ulster’s back-up hooker wants to be more than just Rory Best’s apprentice.

# ulster - Thursday 31 December, 2015

Tomás O’Leary: Blame the players, not the coaching staff

“We have the players in Munster to win and to succeed.”

O’Donnell starts and Keatley returns as Munster make seven changes

Anthony Foley’s side desperately need a win against Ulster at Kingspan Stadium on Saturday.

# ulster - Sunday 27 December, 2015

Half-term report: Ulster expanding style and confidence and they’ll get better as the season wears on

Iain Henderson is out for the season, but Les Kiss can still expect his squad to be bolstered in 2016.

# ulster - Friday 25 December, 2015

Something has to give as Connacht patch themselves up for Ulster clash

Connacht have won seven straight on home turf, but have managed just one win in 18 against the northern province.

# ulster - Thursday 24 December, 2015

Connacht ring the changes with only three survivors from last weekend’s defeat

Pat Lam has cracked the whip ahead of the visit of Ulster on St Stephen’s Day.

Best earns a rest as Ulster make four changes for trip to Connacht

Herring, Warwick, Williams and Scholes will start in Galway.

# ulster - Wednesday 23 December, 2015

Collisions, kids and Connacht are class: A dozen great images from the Pro12 year

Irish provinces said goodbye to some great servants in 2015.

# ulster - Sunday 20 December, 2015

As it happened: Toulouse v Ulster, Champions Cup

Could Ulster complete a memorable double over the French giants?

Chart of the Day: Ulster’s troubled trips to France (and recent encouragement)

Aside from last year’s trip to Toulon, Ulster’s recent history in France has been greatly encouraging.

# ulster - Friday 18 December, 2015

Here’s when your province’s rescheduled fixtures have been set for

Four out of five Six Nations weekends will now have a Pro12 sideshow.

# ulster - Friday 11 December, 2015

Gilroy the perfect spark to counter ‘chaotic’ Toulouse

Ulster hope to bounce back from a horrible defeat to Saracens against the four-time European champions.

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