The players of Ulster Rugby were on hand to support a number of club, schools and community initiatives throughout the Province during May.
Here is a snapshot of some of the activity…
Wednesday 1st May – Neonatal Unit Support
Several of the Ulster Rugby squad took part in a sponsored walk to support the neonatal unit at the Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital.
Tuesday 7th – Friday 10th May – Maxol Mini Festivals
Almost 400 children from 32 primary schools took part in the Maxol Mini Rugby Festival at Kingspan Stadium, and several of the Ulster Rugby squad were there to watch the action.
Friday 10th May – NI Chamber Sporting Breakfast
Our @UlsterRugby panel, Jonny Petrie, CEO, Iain Henderson, Player, and Dan McFarland, Head Coach, discuss the #BusinessOfSport led by Paul Murnaghan, NI Regional Director of @BTinIreland. pic.twitter.com/euorBM5wF2
— NIChamberofCommerce (@NIChamber) May 10, 2019
Saturday 11th May – Holywood RFC End of Season Family Fun Day
Kieran Treadwell enjoyed helping out with Holywood RFC’s end of season family fun day!
Saturday 11th May – URSC Annual BBQ
— Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) May 12, 2019
Saturday 11th May – Cooke RFC Mini Rugby Awards
Tom O’Toole and Billy Burns visited Cooke RFC to help out with their end of season mini rugby awards.
Saturday 18th May – City of Armagh RFC Mini & Youth Awards
Caleb Montgomery helped hand out the awards to the mini and youth players of City of Armagh RFC.