The players of Ulster Rugby were on hand to support a number of club, schools and community initiatives throughout the Province during November.
Here is a snapshot of some of the activity…
Saturday 3rd November – Rory visits the Panthers
The players of Portadown Panthers, the club’s disability rugby team, got a nice surprise when Ulster and Ireland captain Rory Best visited their training session.
— Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) November 3, 2018
Wednesday 14th November – Welcome Organisation Visit
A number of the Ulster squad went along to the Welcome Organisation’s Belfast headquarters, to lend their support to those affected by homelessness.
— Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) November 14, 2018
Monday 19th November – Schools’ Competitions Launch
Michael Lowry, Tom O’Toole and Angus Kernohan, who all recently played in Schools’ Cup rugby, were in attendance for the launch of the 2018/19 Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Competitions.
Monday 19th November – Positive Male Role Models
As part of International Mens Day, Luke Marshall, David Busby and Chris Henry took part in a Positive Male Role Models event at Bank of Ireland Headquarters.
— Bank of Ireland UK (@BankofIrelandUK) November 19, 2018
Monday 19th November – Club Kicking Session
Ulster player Peter Nelson shared some of his expertise with club coaches at a kicking session in Portadown RFC.
— Ulster Branch Rugby (@UlsterBranch) November 19, 2018
Tuesday 27th November – Meet the Supporters Event
Assistant Coach Dwayne Peel plus Michael Lowry, Tom O’Toole, Adam McBurney and Matthew Rea attended a meet the players event at Kingspan Stadium where they previewed the upcoming Heineken Champions Cup games.
Thanks to everyone who attended our exclusive Season Ticket holder / @UlsterRSC event at @KingspanStadium last night.@coolfm‘s @PeteSnodden hosted a Q&A with Dwayne Peel, Matty Rea, Tom O’Toole, @adammcburney4 and @mike10wry, while there was also questions from the floor pic.twitter.com/7Gs2F0Fy7A
— Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) November 28, 2018
Wednesday 29th November – GoldMark Awards
Craig Gilroy was the special guest at the Sport Uniting Communities ‘Rewarding Young Volunteer Celebration Event’ ceremony at Titanic Belfast, where young volunteers from across the Province were rewarded for their commitment to their local sporting clubs.
At the @TitanicBelfast tonight for The Sport Uniting Communities event..Amazing to see so many young volunteers giving back to their community’s across the country in GAA, Rugby and Football. Such a help to me growing up playing Football & GAA.. then eventually Rugby! Keep it up! pic.twitter.com/zaTSVClHcO
— Craig Gilroy (@cgilroy14) November 28, 2018