Home Tag Archives: ulster rugby

Tag Archives: ulster rugby

Stockdale Soars As Ulster Seal Historic Win In Belfast

ulster racing

An enthralling contest was played out at Kingspan Stadium today as Ulster overcame Racing 92 in a match that will go down in Belfast folklore. Buoyed by an electric atmosphere, Ulster started the brighter of the two sides and Billy Burns converted the first kick of the game after 100 seconds to send them into a 3-0 lead. Ulster never …

Read More »

Baloucoune Makes Ulster European Debut As Zebo Returns To Ireland

ulster racing zebo

Ulster have announced their team to take on Racing 92 in tomorrow’s crunch Champions Cup Round 5 tie at the Kingspan Stadium.  The big news coming out of Belfast is that 21-year-old Academy product Robert Baloucoune will make his European debut for the provincial side who welcome back a plethora of regulars following their disappointing defeat to Leinster last week. The …

Read More »

Rob Kearney Highlights Influence of Jared Payne On Ulster’s Form

rob kearney ulster

Rob Kearney will captain Leinster on his return to first-team action when they welcome Ulster to the RDS tomorrow evening (kick-off 5.15pm). It is the first meeting between the two provinces this season, and both are opting for a second-string side, ahead of crucial Champions Cup fixtures scheduled for next weekend. Leinster’s stand-in skipper believes they can’t read too much …

Read More »

Connacht & Ulster Name Teams For Friday Interpro

Connacht Ulster

Connacht and Ulster have named their respective sides for Friday evening’s Guinness PRO14 clash at the Sportsground in Galway.  Connacht, who are coming off the back of a devastating last-gasp defeat to Leinster at the RDS, have made four changes to their team. Ireland international Quinn Roux comes into the side to start alongside Gavin Thornbury in the second row. …

Read More »

Ranking The Best Signings Made By Irish Provinces In 2018

Signings Munster Ulster Leinster Connacht

At the midway point of the 2018/19 season, all of the Irish provinces will be pretty content with where they stand in both the domestic and European competition and a lot of this is due to some excellent signings the four teams have made in 2018.  Heading into the current season, we have seen the IRFU’s heavy influence whereby players …

Read More »