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# ulster - Tuesday 25 February, 2020

Ulster confirm signing of former Munster scrum-half Alby Mathewson

The 34-year-old New Zealander will join in July.

'I backed myself to come here because I saw an opportunity' - Ulster's Johnston finding feet after Munster switch

After a somewhat frustrating start at the northern province, the Tipperary man believes there are better times over the horizon.

# ulster - Saturday 22 February, 2020

Ulster hope to build momentum as Pienaar returns to Belfast

Ulster planning to punish old boy and stay on track for play-offs.

# ulster - Wednesday 19 February, 2020

'We do miss everyone here, we miss Belfast' - Pienaar speaks out ahead of return with Cheetahs

The scrum-half speaks to The42 ahead of the Pro14 clash between sides old and new.

# ulster - Monday 17 February, 2020

'With five minutes to go it was our game': McFarland rues naive finish against lowly Ospreys

The Welsh side grabbed just their second win of the season with a late penalty.

# ulster - Saturday 15 February, 2020

Ulster fall to PRO14 defeat against lowly Ospreys

It finished 26-24 to the hosts at the Liberty Stadium.

Shanahan hopes to step out of Cooney's shadow

Reserve scrum-half finally gets his shot after patiently waiting for his chance all season.

# ulster - Friday 14 February, 2020

Ludik returns from injury for Ulster, McCloskey given chance to shine

Jordi Murphy, Jack McGrath and Craig Gilroy left on the bench for the trip to Wales.

# ulster - Wednesday 12 February, 2020

No snow days or viral videos as McFarland revs Ulster up for Pro14

The Ulster head coach is pushing for growth rather than targets as his side ramp up a challenge in two tournaments.

# ulster - Tuesday 21 January, 2020

Ulster's Treadwell to face disciplinary hearing after tackle against Bath

The second row has been cited for a challenge on Tom Ellis.

# ulster - Monday 20 January, 2020

Champions Cup power rankings: Leinster first, Ulster seventh and the smell that won’t go away

You can’t write Saracens off even if you want to.

'I'm in the squad but that doesn't mean I'm an international. I've to prove my worth'

'I'm in the squad but that doesn't mean I'm an international. I've to prove my worth'

Ulster out-half Billy Burns is aiming to make his Test debut during the Six Nations.

# ulster - Sunday 19 January, 2020

Leinster to face Saracens as Champions Cup quarter-final ties are confirmed

Ulster will play Toulouse away from home.

# ulster - Saturday 18 January, 2020

Ulster see off Bath to secure second consecutive Champions Cup quarter-final

Dan McFarland’s men were sloppy in victory but they advance into the knock-outs again.

As it happened: Ulster v Bath, Heineken Champions Cup

Follow all the action live as Dan McFarland’s side welcome Bath to Belfast.

'I'd like to think I am' - Cooney feels ready for a Six Nations start for Ireland

The Ulster scrum-half is brimming with energy and belief in a superb run of form with Ulster.

# ulster - Friday 17 January, 2020

Addison fit for Ulster as Ireland call-up O'Toole starts at tighthead prop

Marty Moore misses out after limping off during last weekend’s defeat to Clermont.

'I've been in Six Nations squads and never played, so hopefully that can change'

Ulster man Rob Herring is making a strong push to claim Ireland’s number two jersey.

# ulster - Thursday 16 January, 2020

Cooney's try the latest example of the Ulster forwards' ever-improving skills

Dan Soper, formerly an AIL coach with Ballynahinch and Banbridge, is having a big impact.

# ulster - Wednesday 15 January, 2020

Addison and Moore in race against time for crunch weekend clash

Ulster full-back had been hoping for Six Nations call-up.

# ulster - Tuesday 14 January, 2020

Addison injury a concern as Farrell gets set to name Ireland squad tomorrow

The Ulster fullback limped off as his side lost to Clermont last weekend.

# ulster - Monday 13 January, 2020

Champions Cup Power Rankings: Where Irish sides really stand

The system is flawed and Johann van Graan’s side need to be cut a little slack. The pool of death has killed Munster’s European dreams.

# ulster - Saturday 11 January, 2020

Saracens keep Champions Cup defence alive, four sides now confirmed for quarter-finals

Rhys Carre’s early red card made life difficult for his side.

Ulster's wait for European quarter-final spot goes on as they fall short in Clermont's sizzling second half

The hosts turned on the style as tries from Alivereti Raka and George Moala led the comeback.

As it happened: Clermont v Ulster, European Rugby Champions Cup Updates This post contains a poll

As it happened: Clermont v Ulster, European Rugby Champions Cup

Dan McFarland’s northern province lost a tough test in France.

# ulster - Wednesday 8 January, 2020

Wins for Tyrone, Down and Donegal confirm McKenna Cup semi-final line-up

Tonight’s results mean Monaghan have been promoted to the final four as best runners-up.

# ulster - Monday 6 January, 2020

Cooney not the only Ulster player pushing for Six Nations shot under Farrell

The likes of Will Addison, Stuart McCloskey and Rob Herring are also putting their hands up.

Ulster ready to forget form as they move in for pool-deciding clash with Clermont

Dan McFarland’s men could book early passage to the quarter-finals if they can raid one of the great fortresses.

# ulster - Saturday 4 January, 2020

'Bit like the Bath incident': Stockdale ends unwanted streak as Ulster beat Munster

Munster boss Johann van Graan, meanwhile, was disappointed to see his side lose touch after trailing by just seven at half-time.

# ulster - Friday 3 January, 2020

Cooney's sparkling form continues as Ulster run five past Munster

The scrum-half and centre Stuart McCloskey held sway in a dominant Ulster performance.

Ulster and Munster meet again after paths diverged for Europe

The performance of the scrum-halves will undoubtedly draw the eye during tonight’s inter-pro.

# ulster - Sunday 29 December, 2019

Monaghan, Down and Armagh win Dr McKenna Cup opening games

The Ulster competition began today.

# ulster - Friday 27 December, 2019

5 tries for Ulster as they storm past Connacht to claim impressive win

5 tries for Ulster as they storm past Connacht to claim impressive win

The home side bounced back superbly from their defeat to Leinster last weekend.

'Last year was tough at times, especially with the injury I had'

Craig Gilroy is glad to have shaken off injury and is enjoying his new role as the elder statesman of Ulster’s back-line.

# ulster - Thursday 26 December, 2019

Ulster name much-changed team for visit of Connacht

The Westerners have made five changes of their own.

'If I was to describe the way we want to play it’s ‘collective speed''

Ulster head coach Dan McFarland has a keen interest in psychology.

# ulster - Tuesday 24 December, 2019

'Everyone is seeing how well they have been doing' - Connacht targeting another Ulster scalp on Belfast soil

The Westerners are the last team to defeat Dan McFarland’s charges at Kingspan Stadium.

# ulster - Saturday 21 December, 2019

McFarland gutted for Curtis, but sees progress in high-scoring loss to Leinster

Ulster’s strong finish left Leo Cullen disappointed with how the 14-try match ended.

# ulster - Friday 20 December, 2019

Bonus points all round as Leinster and Ulster share 14 tries

Eight of them belonged to Leinster as they extended their winning run and their lead at the top of Pro14 Conference B.

# ulster - Thursday 19 December, 2019

O'Connor brothers fill Ulster's second row for RDS clash with Leinster

Alan will make his 100th appearance for his adopted province while younger brother David earns his first start.

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