THERE may have been disappointment for Ulster in Galway last weekend, but they will get back on the inter-pro horse on Friday night when they host Munster in the URC (7.35pm, live on BBC, Viaplay and RTE).
AT one stage of the season, it appeared that Ulster’s season was in freefall. A 22-20 win over Connacht in Galway, two days before Christmas, proved to be the only win in seven outings, but things have taken a huge upswing since and now they get set to host the Westerners at Kingspan Stadium on Friday evening (7.35pm, live on Viaplay Sports) with a place in the last four of the URC up for grabs.
JUST a few months ago, Ulster were in perceived to be in crisis mode given a difficult run of results, but a bonus point win on Friday against Edinburgh at Kingspan Stadium (7.35pm, live on Viaplay Sports) will secure second place in the final URC standings.
FOLLOWING last weekend's huge win in South Africa against Cell C Sharks, Ulster will make the much shorter trip to Cardiff (Saturday, 7.35pm, live on Viaplay Sports) with their signs now set on securing home advantage in the playoffs.
CIVIL Service (NI) Rugby Club hosted two more of its very popular children’s rugby camps at Stormont last Monday and Tuesday for U12 boys and girls, while there were camps on Thursday and Friday for U14 and U16 boys.
A CORNER appeared to have been turned for Ulster before the International break with back-to-back wins in the URC and in Europe, so they will aim to pick up where they left off this evening at Scotstoun Stadium against Glasgow Warriors (7.35pm, live on Viaplay Sports).
VICTORY over Sale in the European Champions Cup last weekend that saw them advance into the knockout stage of the competition was exactly the shot in the arm Ulster needed after a sticky spell, so backing it up with another home win this evening (Friday, 7.35pm, live on BBC) against DHL Stormers in the United Rugby Championship would confirm corner has been turned.