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#suftum

# suftum - Friday 15 November, 2019

Ball boy memories and his brother await as Burns prepares to steer Ulster in Bath

The northern province’s playmaker grew up in the dressing room at the Rec.

# suftum - Saturday 9 November, 2019

Conway scorches in to ensure Munster edge tight inter-pro against Ulster

The wing proved to be a game-breaker in a closely-fought contest.

Munster well-stocked to guard against Ulster revenge mission

Dan McFarland will be eager to see his side show just what a much difference a year makes.

# suftum - Thursday 31 October, 2019

Bill Johnston takes 10 shirt as Ulster host Zebre

Dan McFarland will keep John Cooney and Craig Gilroy in reserve for the clash with the Italian side.

# suftum - Friday 25 October, 2019

O'Toole grateful for McGrath and 'guru' McFarland as he looks for an edge in the scrum

The young prop could play an important role with Ireland in the years ahead after moving back from Australia to Drogheda.

# suftum - Thursday 24 October, 2019

Will Addison returns from injury as Ulster host Cardiff

After taking the foot off the pedal for RWC quarter-final weekend, provincial rugby will gather speed through the winter.

# suftum - Saturday 12 October, 2019

Faddes finds a rhythm as six-try Ulster beat Kings

John Cooney’s 22-point haul helped Ulster coast to victory over the Kngs.

# suftum - Sunday 6 October, 2019

'You realise you’re fit, healthy and have a career to look back on'

A health scare during the 2007 World Cup ended Simon Best’s career, but he is grateful for the chances he got in rugby.

# suftum - Saturday 5 October, 2019

Pienaar intent on enjoying remaining days in rugby after tragedy took him back to South Africa

The former Ulster legend will face the northern province in Bloemfontein today.

# suftum - Friday 4 October, 2019

'Not a new boy any more,' Ulster out-half Burns hoping to relive 2018 South Africa heroics

The northern province face the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein tomorrow.

# suftum - Wednesday 28 August, 2019

Ex-Highlander Faddes feeling right at home with Ulster's style of play

The South Islander was not put off by his first visit to Belfast with the Barbarians three years ago.

# suftum - Saturday 3 August, 2019

Ulster academy have their 'act together' and are ready to unleash pack mentality

Academy manager Kieran Campbell is confident that the province’s production line will deliver consistently.

# suftum - Wednesday 17 July, 2019

Front row blow for Ulster as Milasinovich sidelined for 9 months

The Irish-qualified, South African born prop suffered a torn ACL in training with his new club.

# suftum - Thursday 6 June, 2019

Inches mentality the 'massive positive' as McFarland takes stock after first year as a head coach

The former Scotland forwards coach helped Ulster make massive strides forward this season.

# suftum - Monday 3 June, 2019

Moore ready to make a mark for Ireland U20 after concussion kept him out of Six Nations

The Ulster talent is aiming to make sure there is a seamless transition in the centre for Ireland.

# suftum - Tuesday 28 May, 2019

'It was like the House of Commons': Ulster dressing room ensured Stockdale moved beyond blip

One corner of the Aviva Stadium witnessed the peak and trough of Jacob Stockdale’s career.

# suftum - Friday 17 May, 2019

Ulster make late change for Glasgow semi-final as Baloucoune withdraws and Stockdale moves to wing

Michael Lowry will now start at fullback for tonight’s knockout tie in Scotstoun.

# suftum - Thursday 9 May, 2019

'It was going to be 2 million a year': Jacob Stockdale does a terrific job prank-calling Tommy Bowe Unsolicited Calls This post contains videos

'It was going to be 2 million a year': Jacob Stockdale does a terrific job prank-calling Tommy Bowe

The Ireland wing had a very interesting offer for his former team-mate to mull over.

# suftum - Friday 3 May, 2019

Best in harness for final home match with Ulster, but Stockdale misses out on Connacht clash

Ulster’s powerful wing has been struggling with a hamstring issue in recent weeks.

# suftum - Thursday 2 May, 2019

O'Sullivan aiming at high benchmark after smashing through this season's targets

The Ulster loosehead was hoping to make five appearances this season, but has excelled to make a serious impact.

# suftum - Saturday 27 April, 2019

Rea helps Ulster edge second-string battle against Leinster

Debutant Marcus Rea ended up the hero for his side in a scrappy, but welcome, inter-pro victory.

# suftum - Friday 26 April, 2019

Retiring Cave captains Ulster against Leinster as both provinces hold stars back for big games ahead

Ulster have a Pro14 quarter-final against Connacht to come next weekend, while Leinster are resting up for Saracens.

# suftum - Thursday 25 April, 2019

Days on the big stage leave 20-year-old Ulster star Lowry wanting more

After a debut delayed by injury, Lowry has proven why he is one of the brightest prospects in the northern province this season.

# suftum - Wednesday 3 April, 2019

Ulster's Cave announces retirement days after superb display against Leinster

The 31-year-old will bow out at the end of this season.

# suftum - Sunday 31 March, 2019

Henderson looks to the future as Ulster raise ceiling

The northern province returned after five years out of the knock-out stages and didn’t look a bit out of place.

# suftum - Saturday 30 March, 2019

Relieved Cullen delighted with how Leinster adapted to 'cup rugby'

‘We were always having to chase the game,’ lamented Leo Cullen, who will have plenty of clips to work through in his team meetings next week..

'He's disappointed, but that's not the reason we lost the game'

Ulster head coach Dan McFarland moved to take blame on his own shoulders after Ulster’s loss.

As it happened: Leinster v Ulster, Champions Cup quarter-final

We went minute-by-minute for what proved to be an epic inter-pro clash in the Aviva Stadium.

'We're not short on guts': Ulster ready and willing to drag Leinster into a battle

Dan McFarland has instilled a ‘fight for every inch’ mentality in Ulster, but he admits it won’t be enough to topple the reigning champions.

'I feel a much bigger part of this team': Cooney taking aim at Leinster

The Lansdowne man has not kicked a meaningful goal in the Aviva Stadium, but that is set to change this evening.

# suftum - Thursday 28 March, 2019

'There is no bigger task than to go where we're going on Saturday'

Ulster are bracing themselves for the shortest and toughest trip they can take on.

# suftum - Wednesday 27 March, 2019

Best leaving retirement call on hold, but would dearly love to bow out with a trophy

The Ireland and Ulster hooker knows it will take a momentous 80-minute effort for Ulster to take down Leinster at the Aviva.

# suftum - Tuesday 26 March, 2019

Henderson 'day-to-day', but Ulster confident Cave can face Leinster

The lock is being managed on his return from a knee injury.

# suftum - Friday 22 March, 2019

Coetzee back from injury as Ulster bid to ramp up for Europe against Kings

John Cooney is set to feature as a replacement after performing well off the bench during Ireland’s Six Nations.

'I have eight minutes, I'd better not screw up': Shanahan powering through pivotal season

The scrum-half had to bide his time for his breakthrough season at his adoptive province.

# suftum - Wednesday 27 February, 2019

Ex-Ireland U20 Thompson moves on from Ulster to join Jersey

The second row impressed in the AIL with Terenure in between his stints with Ulster.

# suftum - Tuesday 26 February, 2019

Ulster recruit Irish-qualified South African prop Milasinovich

The Worcester tighthead qualifies for Ireland through his grandfather, who won Ulster caps of his own.

# suftum - Saturday 23 February, 2019

'I've had the opportunity to play, that's the best thing you can have'

Marty Moore didn’t make the Six Nations squad, but he is thriving since returning to Ireland.

# suftum - Friday 15 February, 2019

19-year-old Kernohan excelling in Ulster after pivotal pre-season

The wing is enjoying a breakthrough season, but came close to leaving the Ulster setup last year.

# suftum - Saturday 19 January, 2019

Ulster produce rousing comeback in Leicester to claim a precious quarter-final

The northern province have reached the knock-out stages for the first time since 2014.

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