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Ulster's Craig Gilroy gives us a tour around the revamped Ravenhill

The winger was the first player get get a look at the ground since its €17m development.

ULSTER HAVE COMPLETED the €17m redevelopment of their Ravenhill Stadium, with two new stands in place.

Craig Gilroy, who lit up the old ground on many an occasion, was the first player given access to the new digs and, handily enough, he brought a camera crew along for the trip.

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Ulster play their first game at the new, 18,000-seat stadium on 23 August when Pro12 champions Leinster come to town. The capacity will increase from 11,000 to 18,000 once the main stand is completed.

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