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Son 'knew killing was abhorrent' Sean Hackett has denied murdering his father Aloysius A County Tyrone teenager knew that killing his father was an abhorrent act that was morally and legally wrong, Dungannon Crown Court has heard.
Paddy Jackson also put in a notable shift and kicked all five conversion attempts which will also have been noted by Schmidt, who may be without Jonathan Sexton for next week's Six Nations game against Italy. Ulster led 31-3 at half-time with their
200 mn for University of Ulster The University of Ulster in Northern Ireland has secured a 200 million loan from the European Investment Bank that will support key campus development works. Investment in education is essential to ensure Europe's
International players are away for weeks on end in camp, momentum can stall with no Pro12 matches and concentration levels can drift. For Ulster, the news this week they have launched an investigation into "alleged unauthorised absence" of the
That compares to £153m at the disposal of England's RFU, and even £61m in Wales. Of that small pie, the SRU spends £11m a year keeping Edinburgh and Glasgow afloat. A further £900,000 last year went on servicing the union's huge debt, run up by the
Armagh's Aaron Kernan, Meath's Graham Reilly and Donegal's Eamon McGee were among those who were scathing yesterday of the way the GAA promoted last weekend's M Donnelly inter-provincial football semi-finals, which attracted some of the lowest
The referee, Leighton Hodges, is to carry out an afternoon pitch inspection at the Ravenhill ground to determine if the game can take place as scheduled. There has been persistent heavy rain in Belfast since mid-morning and it is not expected to
The 34-year-old lock joined the Irish province in the summer of 2010 and has made 73 appearances so far. He has skippered the side since the start of the 2011-12 season and led the team out for the Heineken Cup final against Leinster in May 2012.
Mark Anscombe has agreed a one-year contract extension at Ulster Mark Anscombe given one-year contract extension at Ulster Mark Anscombe has agreed a one-year extension to his contract as head coach of Ulster, keeping him at Ravenhill until the end
The GAA had relaxed the policy of penalising county boards with heavy fines for indiscretions and trying to place the onus on the individuals involved instead during the economic challenges of the last few years. But last year saw a clear return to