Ulster have secured the services of one of their star performers for another three years after flanker Sean Reidy signed a new contract extension until 2020.
The New Zealand-born back rower has kicked on from his first cap with Ireland over the summer and has started the season strongly, capped with an excellent performance against Munster last weekend where he made 25 tackles, the most by an individual in one game this season.
Reidy, who is Irish qualified through his grandmother, made his...
Ulster have released an injury update ahead of their interprovincial clash with Munster on Friday night at the Kingspan Stadium (kick-off 7:05pm).
Darren Cave has returned ahead of schedule and is available for selection at the weekend, as is Robbie Diack who has missed the last few games as well.
Both Luke Marshall (knee) and Dan Tuohy (hip) received injuries in their respective matches at the weekend, but it is hoped that they will both be available for the game.
Stuart Olding (hip flexor)...
Ulster utility back Louis Ludik has signed a new three-year deal with the province which will keep him at the Kingspan Stadium until 2020.
The South African, who will qualify to play for Ireland at the end of this season, is primarily a full-back but has also been utilised in the centre and on the wing for Ulster.
Ludik, 30, joined Ulster in 2014 from French side Agen and had signed a one-year contract extension at the end of last season.
He's been one of Ulster's best players so far this...
Ulster's Ruan Pienaar and Dan Tuohy have both been named in the Barbarians squad to face Fiji at the Kingspan Stadium next month.
They are the fourth and fifth players in Robbie Deans and Will Greenwood's squad, joining Australians Taqele Naiyaravoro and Will Skelton, and former All Black Andy Ellis.
Pienaar will be making his fourth appearance for the Barbarians having featured for them on three previous occasions, including last year's 22-21 win over Ireland at Thomond Park, while Tuohy will...
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...