Spearheaded by Paddy Jackson, Ulster picked up their first ever Pro12 win at Scotstoun Stadium with a 22-17 triumph over the Glasgow Warriors.
Jackson scored a try and added seven points from the boot while Darren Cave and a penalty try accounted for the rest of Ulster's haul.
The returning Finn Russell kicked superbly for the hosts, who scored tries through Gordon Reid and in-form Tommy Seymour, but they couldn't deny their Irish visitors.
Jackson had something of a mixed start to the game as...
Time for our first big test of the season.
With all due respect to the Dragons and Treviso they will not cause too many problems to the top teams in this league, and the Scarlets came to Belfast last week with several injuries so we were always going to be favourites, especially at home. 12 points from our opening three games was the bare minimum - 13 is pretty good all things considered.
But in those games we were afforded the luxury at times of being able to drop our performance levels and...
Ulster Rugby has today confirmed that Assistant Coach, Joe Barakat, will leave the Province in December to take up the position of Senior Assistant Coach at Western Force in his native Australia.
Barakat arrived at Ulster in the summer of 2015 on a two-year contract and he is primarily responsible for defensive strategy and the contact zone.
He previously coached at the Waratahs in Sydney and had a five-year spell in Japan, while he has also held roles with the Australia U21 side and with the...
Ulster have released an injury update ahead of Friday's trip to Glasgow Warriors with several key players ruled out of the game against the Scots.
Both Craig Gilroy (great toe) and Luke Marshall (concussion) will miss the game with the winger out for 1-2 weeks and the centre currently undergoing the standard return to play protocols.
Kyle McCall (side abdominal injury) is also doubtful for the trip to Glasgow, while winger Jacob Stockdale (great toe) will miss the next two weeks of action...
They were made to fight for it, but Ulster made it three wins from three in the Guinness PRO12 with a 19-8 win over the Scarlets at the Kingspan Stadium.
Returning fly-half Paddy Jackson pulled the strings with Louis Ludik and Iain Henderson scoring the tries, while a late Will Boyde try for the Scarlets threatened to make for an interesting finish.
Ulster were let off early when Rhys Patchell mishit a penalty from straight in front of the posts and Jackson made him pay by landing his first...
If you had offered us nine points from our first two games before the season began we probably would have taken it straight away. Still, it's not unfair after the chances we left out in Treviso to be a little upset we don't have 10.
But we are one of four teams left without a defeat to our names and, given our consistency at the start of the season has tended to be something of a weakness in recent years, it's good to see us put together back to back wins to get underway with the possibility...