# Paddy Wallace

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# Fallout
'A lot of supporters will not renew their season tickets. Ulster need to explain their decision'
Former out-half Paddy Wallace says Ulster’s decision to sever ties with Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding was commercially driven.
# suftum
'The body has nothing left to give': Paddy Wallace calls time after 189 Ulster appearances
Ulster’s all-time appearance record holder has played just once in the past 15 months.
# acl
30-times capped Ireland centre Paddy Wallace close to retirement call
The 34-year-old back has been struggling to recover from a long-term knee injury.
# Sports Science
Ronan O'Gara was the 35th-best place kicker in world rugby, says study
Ken Quarrie’s fascinating study on goal kicking success has shown that David Humphreys delivered between 2002 and 2011.
# Report
Delightful Payne try the difference as Ulster hold off Zebre
Mark Anscombe’s men were pushed all the way at Ravenhill by the Italians.
# League
5 reasons to get excited for this weekend's Pro12 action
CJ Stander gets a chance to impress, Connacht on the search for consistency and an excellent Ulster centre pairing.
# Injury Update
Payne still a doubt for Ulster as Muller comes back into the mix
There was also good news for Paddy Wallace who is nearing a full recovery from a long-term knee injury.
# Heineken Cup
Another one bites the dust: Knee injury rules Wallace out for rest of season
The Ulster centre ruptured his ACL in Friday night’s Pro12 defeat.
# piling up
Crisis point: Gordon D'Arcy ruled out of 6 Nations remainder
The veteran centre has suffered a stress fracture in his foot.
# suftum
Pro12: Ulster leave it late, but keep up perfect start to season
A late Niall O’Connor conversion sealed the 25-27 win in Parma.
Guinness Series: Gordon D'Arcy on Ireland's self-belief and tracking Simon Zebo with GPS
The Wexford man is back in the centre for Ireland after missing the Waikato wipeout.
# something i said?
Tommy Bowe: I will have my work cut out for me getting into the team
We caught up with the Monaghan man at Ravenhill this week and got his views on the upcoming season.
# Carnage
Opinion: Predictions and brave words fall by the wayside after merciless mauling
The Grand Slam team of 2009 are well and truly a distant memory after Ireland’s record defeat.
Ireland v New Zealand, Third Test
It was the last-chance saloon for Declan Kidney’s side on their summer tour. Could they find that extra push to beat the All Blacks?
# final fling
Earls back on the left wing as Kidney names strong side for Third Test
The Munster man returns from a shoulder injury to face the All Blacks and is joined in the Irish backline by Paddy Wallace.
# big blows
Heaslip and D'Arcy ruled out of final Test against the All Blacks
The Leinster duo are returning to Ireland after sustaining a fractured finger and calf strain in Saturday’s narrow loss to New Zealand.
# summer tour
VIDEO: Tindall's try for Barbarians against Ireland
In the absence of TV coverage, we’re down to amateur footage of Ireland’s 29-28 defeat.
# no fear
Gilroy confident ahead of Leinster showdown
The Ulster winger acknowledges that Joe Schmidt’s men are favourites, but believes his side can spring a surprise.
# Snub
Baptism of fire: Jackson to start Heineken Cup semi-final
The province will begin the biggest match of its recent history with Irish U-20 captain Paddy Jackson at fly-half.
# Concern
Ulster duo doubtful for Heineken Cup showdown
Chris Henry and Paul Marshall may not be able to take part in the province’s encounter with Edinburgh.
Opinion: 6 reasons why Ulster will win on Sunday
The underdogs are more than capable of causing a shock, according to Whiff of Cordite’s Egg Chaser.
# Drama
Late D'Arcy try helps Ulster scrape past Treviso
The visitors gained a narrow victory over the Italian side, which looked unlikely at one stage.
Ulster v Edinburgh, Pro12
We went minute-by-minute for one of those magic Friday nights in Ravenhill. There is also news of Leinster and Connacht.
# Provincial
Pro12 cheat-sheet: your guide to the provincial rugby action
Ireland v Wales seems an awful long time ago. ROG wants a game, you know you feel the same.
# Surgery
Paddy Wallace facing two months on the sidelines
Ireland centre went under the knife yesterday to repair tendon damage in his left thumb, ruling him out of the province’s Heineken Cup group games.
# Regrets
Shane Jennings’ World Cup diary: the final chapter
“There wasn’t much to say in the dressing room and in the team room afterwards. Deccie didn’t even say that much. What could you say?” Jenno checks in with the final installment of his World Cup diary.
# We Have Alice
Leo takes the armband as Kidney rings changes for Russia clash
Several big names are rested ahead of Ireland’s final pool clash with Italy, with five changes in the back line alone.
# RWC2011
Shane Jennings' World Cup diary: week one
“It’s an unbelievable disappointment. I would love to play – but these things happen and you just have to get on with it. That’s the reality.”
# Back To Business
Holidays are over, lads - Kidney names side for summer training camps
Next stop New Zealand as Ireland’s rugby stars gear up for September’s trip to the southern hemisphere.
Trimble and Wallace to miss Ulster's Magners League run-in
Medics say Irish internationals should be fit well in advance of World Cup warm-up games.
# Euro Vision
Munster and Ulster name teams for Heineken cup clashes
Big weekend of European Cup action ahead for provinces.
# Magners League
Ulster recall Wallace and Tuohy for Connacht calsh
Internationals come back but Pienaar must wait longer for his debut.
# Magners League
Ulster name squad to play Ospreys
What sort of a name is Ospreys anyway?