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Jonathan Bradley: Ulster will get an early reunion with Pienaar

Between the already flagged late start, an earlier than ever trip to South Africa, reunions with former fan favourtie Ruan Pienaar, and a return to regular Friday night rugby there were → Read More

Rory Best: Ulster underdogs must show their teeth

Ulster captain Rory Best knows few people expect his side to secure victory against Racing 92 in the Champions Cup tonight in Paris (5.30pm kick-off) but insists his side feel they are → Read More

Ulster remain in the dark on McFarland arrival date

The state of flux in the Kingspan Stadium coaching box seems set to rumble on longer still with confirmation yesterday that Ireland’s forwards coach Simon Easterby began helping out Uls → Read More

Shane Logan interview in full: I won't step down, I will help Ulster move on

In his first in-depth interview with the Belfast Telegraph since the decision to revoke the contracts of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding, Ulster CEO Shane Logan has claimed he is not fi → Read More

Grand Slam: Ireland beat England to complete clean sweep as Jacob Stockdale breaks Six Nations record

Ireland completed a historic Grand Slam in style as they beat England in Twickenham for the first time in six years. → Read More

Fans hail hero of Ireland's Six Nations triumph Jacob Stockdale

The morning after helping Ireland clinch the Six Nations title, Ulster sensation Jacob Stockdale was modestly meeting young rugby fans in Dublin. → Read More

Injured Henderson will be fit to face Scots, confirms Schmidt

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt has revealed Ulster's Iain Henderson was agonisingly close to winning his fitness battle and taking on Wales in the Six Nations tomorrow. → Read More

Pre-season is over...now we tame the Cats, warns Nelson

There was a time this summer when, in the race to be Ulster’s primary out-half for the season’s opening months, thatPete Nelson seemed to be the clubhouse leader. → Read More

Cheetahs can't wait to sink teeth into Ulster challenge

When Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan was last involved in a travelling party to the island of Ireland, there was slightly less riding on the outcome than will be the case for his side's hist → Read More

Ulster Rugby swoop to bring in inspirational Christian Leali'ifano

Few players have ever arrived at Kingspan Stadium with a more inspirational back story than latest recruit Christian Leali'ifano. → Read More

Wounded Lions have got it all wrong: Willie John McBride

The greatest Lion of them all, Willie John McBride, believes the current tourists have been given little chance to succeed after they suffered their first loss against Auckland Blues ye → Read More

All eyes on Best and Henderson with Payne out of Tour opener

Ulster said goodbye to two of their most loyal servants of the professional era as Ruan Pienaar and Roger Wilson signed off at Kingspan Stadium in a 43-28 defeat to the visiting Barbari → Read More

Ulster heroes in fitting send-off

With the wet weather once again following the famous Barbarians to Belfast, it was still an entertaining night at Kingspan Stadium as the visitors overcame Ulster by a score of 43-28 in → Read More

Wilson keen to put on show in final Ulster game against Barbarians

Having worn the Ulster jersey over 200 times, Roger Wilson's one final run-out in white will come tonight against the Barbarians with the back-rower admitting the end of his last season → Read More

Ulster v Barbarians: Roger Wilson keen to put on show in final game against Baa-Baas

Having worn the Ulster jersey over 200 times, Roger Wilson's one final run-out in white will come tonight against the Barbarians with the back-rower admitting the end of his last season → Read More

Ulster's Gilroy has boots on standby to answer Ireland's call

No matter where Craig Gilroy goes after the final game of Ulster's season against the Barbarians tomorrow night (7.30pm kick-off), his boots and gum shield won't be too far away from hi → Read More

Ulster aim to put down marker by busting the Baa-Baas

With a long season set to come to a close as soon as the final whistle blows on Ulster's friendly with the Barbarians on Thursday night, Rob Herring is hoping for a better ending than w → Read More

Ruan Pienaar: We love it here so much, that is why it is really hard to say goodbye... but we are 99% sure that we will be back one day to live in Belfast

As he prepares for a new life in France, Ulster's South African legend Ruan Pienaar reflects on seven years in NI, a place that took him to its heart and where his kids were born, and p → Read More

Marcell Coetzee fired up for glory once injury hell finally ends

As the old saying goes, you don't know what you've got until it's gone. When Marcell Coetzee arrived in Ulster last summer with a knee injury sustained playing for his old side the Shar → Read More

I regret lack of trophy joy with Ulster, says Roger Wilson

With his professional rugby career having drawn to a close at the weekend, Ulster's retired Roger Wilson says it is moments like the immediate aftermath of Saturday's win over Leinster → Read More