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Rob Herring went over for an early Ulster try but the game became scrappy before Robbie Diack's touchdown in the final minute of the first half. Ulster led 12-3 at the break and they upped the tempo in the second half, with Diack scoring another try.
Ireland omit winger Andrew Trimble for Wales game Ulster winger Andrew Trimble has been left out of Ireland's 33-man training squad for the opening Six Nations match against Wales on Saturday. For Ireland's last match against Argentina in November,
There is much talk of Heineken Cup permutations, with particular focus upon the fortunes of Munster and Leinster. Adding to the media mix is the rising conjecture surrounding Jonathan Sexton and his French fanciers...This could also be due to the
Ulster, last season's Heineken Cup runners-up, entered the Franklin's Gardens bearpit unbeaten in all competitions this season, and unbeaten they remain. Driven along by an indefatigable back-row unit of Iain Henderson, Chris Henry and the former
The Irish are hoping to exploit the Springboks' aversion to black jerseys when they meet at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday. South Africa's usual rugby opponents in black are arch rivals New Zealand, but the Irish will debut their alternative black kit
Ireland wing Andrew Trimble is hoping that South Africa star JP Pietersen will be only too aware of his abilities after Saturday's Test in Dublin. Pietersen struggled when asked to talk about the opposition backs on Tuesday and suggested that France'
According to local media, it is understood that, following the first Test 42-10 hammering of the Irish in Auckland , the New Zealand coach felt there was too much adulation heaped on the world champions and their younger players such as Julian Savea ,
Tighthead prop Mike Ross has recovered from a hamstring injury and been brought back into Ireland's starting lineup for the second test against New Zealand in Christchurch. Ross missed the 42-10 loss in the first test in Auckland due to the injury,
What is it with you, Jenkins?" asked the exasperated tutor. "Are you ignorant or just apathetic?" "Don't know, don't care, sir." Ignorance and apathy would be a fair way to sum up the local attitude to the Irish rugby team ahead of tomorrow's first
Wednesday March 28 2012 Ulster's big guns will be back in harness on Friday when they go in search of a bonus-point victory over Pro12 minnows Aironi at Ravenhill. Ireland trio Rory Best , Andrew Trimble and Stephen Ferris will start the game while