Ulster's superior craft, drive and organisation overcame the Scarlets tonight at Ravenhill in the RaboDirect Pro12 play-off, propelling Mark Anscombe's side to Dublin for the winner-takes-all final in two weeks' time.
As we approach the end of an era with the deconstruction of the Grandstand at Ravenhill, Ulster Rugby and Gilbert-Ash Ltd would like to offer supporters the chance to own a piece of Ulster Rugby history.
Ulster Head Coach, Mark Anscombe, has made four changes and one positional switch to the team that defeated Cardiff last weekend for Friday night's RaboDirect PRO12 play-off against Llanelli Scarlets at Ravenhill (kick off 19.45).
It's play-off time and Heineken, official beer of Ulster Rugby, is bringing its Virtual Kicking game to the beer tent at Ravenhill - to encourage Ulster fans to Get in the Game. Take on Ulster players and WIN match-day tickets with Heineken's Virtual Kicking Game.
Ulster cruised their way to a home Pro12 semi-final tonight at Ravenhill courtesy of a comfortable four-try defeat of Cardiff Blues, earning the right to host fourth-placed Scarlets for the all-important playoff in a week's time.
This is an exciting opportunity for volunteers with the chance to directly contribute to the development of rugby in Ulster. The Mental Skills Coaches will be instrumental in the delivery of a mental skills training programme designed to improve the capabilities of players in Representative Age Grade Squads.
Ulster maintained their position at the top of the RaboDirect Pro12 with a bonus point win over Connacht at the Sportsground. On what was a night for milestones, Tommy Bowe became the first person to reach 50 tries in Celtic Rugby, Andrew Trimble equaled his record try haul for a season, Paul Marshall won his 100th cap for his Province and 20 year-old Stuart Olding won his second man-of-the-match award in as many weeks.
Twelve teams will enter this weekend's Danske Bank Schools' Cup round two games aiming for a place in the last 16. Regent House vice captain Philip Patton gives his thoughts on their home tie against Larne Grammar.