# Ian Humphreys

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Meanwhile, Rob Kearney has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of Ireland’s Six Nations clash with Italy.
'My body is telling me to stop': Ulster's Humphreys to retire at end of season
The out-half’s contract expires in the summer.
'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.
Dramatic finish sees Munster secure nervy one-point victory over Ulster
The hosts endured a bad start, going 12-0 down, before 21 unanswered points put them in the driving seat.
Ulster sign up Ian Humphreys (again) to challenge for Paddy Jackson's number 10 spot
The 32-year-old is moving back into his big bro’s house.
Exiles lose despite tries from Irish centres Sheridan and Mulchrone
London Irish were ultimately undone by the boot of Billy Twelvetrees.
Round up: Irish players in England
We counted 19 Irishmen in action in this weekend’s Premiership and Championship fixtures.
Check out this bizarre, wind-assisted boomerang restart by Ian Humphreys
The London Irish out-half was forced to field his own kick-off.
'World class' Tomás O'Leary revelling in London Irish captaincy role
The Aviva Premiership club now has five Irishmen on the books.
'Someone's going to have to suck eggs': Paul Warwick on Heineken Cup stand-off
The Australian believes any elite European competition would be pointless without the likes of Munster and Leinster.
Green Pastures: Humphreys hoping international class can lift Irish
The former Ulster number 10 can cross the 100-point mark for his new club tomorrow.
Exiles: The hits keep coming for London Irish and Quins lose again
Ian Humphreys kicked 13 points but was on the losing side as Exeter Chiefs recorded a vital away win.
Green Pastures: O'Shea and Harlequins face leadership test at The Rec
Mark McCall’s Saracens, meanwhile, visit Sixways to take on Worcester Warriors.
Exiles: Steenson the hero as Chiefs topple Conor O'Shea’s Harlequins
The Dungannon out-half set his side up for Saturday’s Heineken Cup tilt against Leinster with a match-winning performance.
Green pastures: O'Leary and London Irish welcome league-leading Northampton Saints
Each week, catches up with an Irish player or coach plying their rugby trade in the Aviva Premiership.
Tomás O'Leary: English Premiership is much tougher than the PRO12
The Ireland scrum-half believes there are no easy games in England and has his eyes set on an international comeback.
Ian Humphreys: If Ireland don't need Tomás O'Leary they are a very lucky team
The former Ulster player believes his London Irish teammate has been harshly dealt in terms of national selection.
Ratings: We mark the Leinster and Ulster players out of 10
The pace was frantic and there were some superb individual performances but who did we rate as the game’s top dogs?
London Calling: Humphreys' Ulster exit confirmed
The province have confirmed that the fly-half will join London Irish on a three-year-deal.
Ulster v Edinburgh, Heineken Cup
Patrick McCarry was at the Aviva Stadium for minute-by-minute coverage and a date in the European Cup final at Twickenham awaited the winner.
Got the Hump? Four reasons Ulster chose Jackson
Ian Humphreys’ relegation to the bench was, at first glance, a puzzler. Here’s why Brian McLaughlin took the chance.
Ulster v Aironi, RaboDirect PRO12 2012
Could Ulster overcome this potential banana skin? Revisit the action here.
The Morning Score: Friday
Here’s everything you need to know to get ahead of the game.
Ulster secure bonus point in Aironi rout
Andrew Trimble and Paddy Jackson were among the try scorers in what was a comfortable Heineken Cup victory for the Irish side.
Humphreys the hero as Ulster come from behind to beat Clermont
Ian Humphreys scored all 16 of Ulster’s points as they produced a fine fightback at Ravenhill.