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# Irish Abroad
Irishman Shane O'Leary gets call-up to Canada trials before June Tests
The 24-year-old left Connacht at the end of the season.
# Cowboy
'Big expectation on Ireland to put us away': Canada coach Anscombe out to spoil the homecoming
The former Ulster boss is ready to face a more confident and mature Paddy Jackson and Luke Marshall than he left behind.
# New Era
Former Ulster boss Mark Anscombe appointed Canada coach
The Kiwi has been tasked with qualifying Canada for the next World Cup.
# Interview
'The problem with rugby players in Ireland is that they're comparing every coach to Joe Schmidt'
We caught up with London Irish’s new prop Tom Court to talk about the turmoil in Ulster and the end of his international career.
# Comeback Kid
Paddy Jackson: I was sad to see Anscombe leave, but training is class with Kiss
The Ulster and Ireland out-half talks to us about his recovery from a fractured vertebrae and a new era around Ravenhill.
# Player power
Tommy Bowe admits changes were needed in Ulster
The Ireland international wing thinks Les Kiss is ‘a great appointment’ for the province.
# Changes
Ulster players enthused by Kiss appointment as unhappy Anscombe departs
The Australian may remain in charge of the province for the entire season.
# Chicken
Mark Anscombe's son Gareth brands Ulster hierarchy 'clowns'
The Chiefs fullback has come out in support of his father.
# Changes
Mark Anscombe follows Humphreys out Ulster's exit door with immediate effect
Ireland assistant coach Les Kiss is to take over as interim Director of Rugby at the province.
# Law and Order
Rival coaches in agreement, dangerous tackle punishments need a serious review
‘Why does the penalty vary on how a player falls?’ Asked a bewildered Mark Anscombe last night.
# Tough Love
Anscombe critical of Jackson, refuses to accept positives of another brave Ulster defeat
The 22-year-old was man-of-the-match in Ulster’s loss to Leinster, but his coach had choice words about his kicking from hand.
# momentum shift
'Yellow card the catalyst' for Glasgow win while Ulster injury toll rises again
The northern province will be nursing six front row injuries during the upcoming bye-week.
# Sick list
Ulster's woes grow as Pienaar and Best ruled out for at least six weeks
Mark Anscombe’s side have also seen Andrew Trimble, Roger Wilson, John Afoa and Dan Tuohy ruled out of action.
# Reaction
Payne challenge a yellow but red card 'very harsh', says Muller
French referee Jerome Garces will not be welcome back at Ravenhill any time soon.
# Heineken Cup
Ulster boost as Pienaar fit to face Saracens
Mark Anscombe has named his side for tomorrow evening’s showdown in Ravenhill.
# super troopers
Super Rugby: Swinging arms, Cruden's late show and Mark Anscombe's son is a legend
Round Seven of the southern hemisphere’s elite rugby competition brought its usual sackful of attacking plays, big hits and stunning tries.
# Power
Ulster name strong starting XV for Cardiff trip as Connacht remain unchanged
Loosehead prop Tom Court is set to make his 150th appearance for the northern province tomorrow.
# Match Report
Ulster keep pace with Pro12 leaders after grinding it out in Edinburgh
Paddy Jackson’s trio of penalties were enough for Mark Anscombe’s men at Murrayfield.
# super fez
Anscombe hails return of bubbly Ferris but admits Pienaar's shoulder 'dodgy'
The Ulster coach feels his returning flanker can play a big part in the business end of the season once he is properly eased back into play.
# rain soaked
Winning ugly doesn't impress Mark Anscombe as Ulster climb Pro12 table
Prop John Afoa declared that any teammates patting themselves on the back after their narrow win would be deluding themselves.
# Match Report
Darren Cave the hero as Ulster edge gritty Ospreys clash
The centre stepped up to deliver a crucial score for Mark Anscombe’s men.
# New Deal
Ulster secure Anscombe services for one more season
The Kiwi coach will remain in Belfast until at least 2015.
# Analysis
Analysis: Ulster's latest demonstration of 'cool' marks them as contenders
We’ve taken a detailed look at what made the difference for Mark Anscombe’s men at Welford Road.
# Heineken Cup
'This is an Ulster team undeterred by the past, confident of winning trophies'
Former Ulster fullback Adam D’Arcy gives us his take on the rise of the Belfast Boys.
# Collision Course
Leinster and Munster on Heineken Cup collision course if they pass French tests
Matt O’Connor believes his team has the capabilities needed to win their fourth Heineken Cup.
# Heineken Cup
5 talking points from Ulster's 100% perfect Tigers triumph
Chris Henry is a tackling beast, Ruan Pienaar proves his class and Rory Best has some boot on him.
# grounded
'We’ve got to keep our feet firmly on the ground, we haven’t won anything yet' - Mark Anscombe
The Ulster boss is taking nothing for granted after six wins from six in the Heineken Cup pool stages.
Leicester v Ulster, Heineken Cup
Mark Anscombe’s men could secure at quarter final at revamped Ravenhill by toppling Tigers.
# Heineken Cup
Ulster make two changes for Leicester showdown
Mark Anscombe’s side out to tame the Tigers in Welford Road tomorrow evening.
# Job Done
Anscombe: Talk of bonus point failed to show 'respect' for Montpellier
The Ulster head coach was happy to come away with four points from the Pool 5 clash at Ravenhill.
# tip of the cap
Ulster's Trimble 'proud' to set impressive Heineken Cup record
The Ireland international wing became his province’s most capped player in the European competition last night.
# Reds
Ulster take heed of Manchester United’s cautionary cup tale
Few know what Montpellier will bring to Ravenhill on Friday, but Mark Anscombe has his side focused on their own game.
# tee total
Should Paddy Jackson or Ruan Pienaar place-kick for Ulster?
Mark Anscombe says the South African’s ability to kick long-range penalties got him the nod last night.
# suftum
'Our destiny is in our hands' - Anscombe ready for Heineken Cup
The Ulster coach says his side did a ‘good enough job’ in defending Munster’s maul.
Ulster v Munster, Pro12
Both provinces named strong starting teams as Rob Penney’s men went looking for their 10th successive win.
Leinster v Ulster, Pro12
We were live from the RDS for the second inter-provincial derby of the weekend and a repeat of last season’s league final.
# Pro12
'Below par' Leinster desperate to end 2013 on winning note
Head coach Matt O’Connor believes last season’s RDS loss to Ulster will have no bearing on today’s game.
# Reaction
Ulster too good to get carried away after one-sided try-fest
Ulster got the job done and then some against Treviso.
Ulster v Treviso, Heineken Cup
No TV? No red button? Come on in and let us keep you up to date with the action in Ravenhill.
# Match Report
Pienaar penalty misses prove costly as Ulster fall to Scarlets
Ruan Pienaar put the Irish province ahead after nine minutes but the Welsh fought back and deserved the victory.