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Ulster's Rugby's season is finally at an end. It's been a long time coming but we're finally ready to put a full-stop to a long campaign on our season review podcast.There's one final match - a late win over Edinburgh - to assess, including the requisite Rainbow Cup controversy - as well as the province's end of season awards. Once again, Jonathan …
 
Ulster's Rugby's season is stumbling its way to a conclusion, with Saturday's game against Edinburgh still scheduled to take place despite coronavirus-related issues in both camps.Joining this week's host Jonathan Bradley to discuss the postponement of last weekend's visit of Scarlets and debate the merits of actually playing the final scheduled fi…
 
It's three down, two to go for Ulster in the enduring slog that the Rainbow Cup has become but there are plenty of interesting topics remaining on the agenda.Top of the bill, of course, was that contentious decision not to sanction Robbie Henshaw for his tackle on Robert Baloucoune. We also look at the wider performance in that defeat to Leinster, …
 
Ulster's season rumbles on relentlessly, with three more Rainbow Cup fixtures left to play.This week, there's a defeat to Munster to look back on and a daunting trip to Leinster to preview. Joining Jonathan Bradley to do that are Michael Sadlier and Richard Mulligan. As well as those fixtures, there's plenty of discussion about Iain Henderson's Lio…
 
Ulster's season is all but over after their Challenge Cup exit at the hands of Leicester Tigers left only the much-maligned Rainbow Cup to play for.There had been high hopes that, with Leinster for once not standing in their way, the route to silverware was clearing for the province but now there's another European wreckage to pick through for Jona…
 
It's build-up week to Ulster's European Challenge Cup semi-final against Leicester Tigers.Hopes are building that the province have what it take to reach a first continental final since 2012 and joining host Adam McKendry to look ahead to the game are rugby reporting duo Jonathan Bradley and Michael Sadlier.There's also an opening Rainbow Cup defea…
 
The Rainbow Cup, or what remains of it, is now upon us.Ulster Rugby may not get the chance to take on South African opposition to end the season but, nonetheless the show goes on. Joining Gareth Hanna to look ahead to the tournament are Jonathan Bradley and Richard Mulligan.More than that, there's a shedload of listener questions to work through fr…
 
Ulster Rugby are through to the semi-final of a European competition!Saturday's eventful quarter-final victory over Northampton provided plenty to mull over for rugby reporters Michael Sadlier and Adam McKendry, who join host Gareth Hanna for this week's podcast.There's plenty more on the agenda besides as Marcell Coetzee's departure from the provi…
 
Ulster's first ever Challenge Cup match is upon us with the trip to Harlequins on Sunday evening.Usually chief panellist, Jonathan Bradley is back in the host's chair for the second week running and is this week joined by rugby reporters Adam McKendry and Richard Mulligan. They look ahead to the big match, including the selection dilemmas facing Da…
 
With a free weekend up ahead, it's a first for the Ulster Rugby podcast. Usually chief panelist, Jonathan Bradley has shuffled over into the host's chair to direct the debate centred around the latest flurry of listener questions. He's joined by rugby reporter Michael Sadlier and Ulster photographer John 'Beaker' Dickson to discuss, among other thi…
 
There's been breaking news today for both Ulster and Ireland with Adam McBurney and CJ Standers' departures confirmed.While the former is off to pastures new in Edinburgh, the latter is calling time on a fruitful career, bowing out at the top. Joining Adam McKendry to discuss those and plenty other issues are Jonathan Bradley and Michel Sadlier. Ja…
 
Ulster's PRO14 hopes may be over but rallying along at the perfect time to bring fresh hope of silverware is the Challenge Cup.Joining Gareth Hanna to discuss the double away draw - to Harlequins and then either Northampton or Dragons - are Jonathan Bradley and Adam McKendry.Also on the agenda is the end of Ulster's PRO14 hopes via the defeat to Le…
 
It was a double winning weekend that felt anything but for Ulster and Ireland, with each victory is uninspiring as the other.While the province's win over Ospreys was overshadowed by their failure to nab a bonus point, meaning control of Conference A slipping from their grasp, Ireland's 48-10 success in Italy will count for little if it isn't follo…
 
There's a big weekend of rugby coming up with both Ulster and Ireland in action.Both are in need of a healthy victory; Ulster to keep their increasingly slim chance of a PRO14 final spot alive and Ireland to stave off complete panic over their ailing Six Nations campaign. There's also Ulster's win over Glasgow to review, including a MOTM performanc…
 
It's two defeats from two in Ireland's Six Nations campaign but riding to the rescue over the horizon is the return of the Guinness PRO14.Ulster are back in search of another bonus point win in their bid to pip Leinster to top the conference and earn a spot in the final, when they take on Glasgow at Scotstoun. There are also the bones of Ireland's …
 
Ireland's Six Nations campaign, of course, got off to a losing start on Sunday and we're here to look at the 21-16 defeat in Wales.Finding himself in the crosshair of much of the post-match debate was Billy Burns, whose last gasp error gave up the final chance to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. It has helped to spark further discussion over…
 
February is finally upon us and with it, the dawning of the 2021 Six Nations Championship.However, there remains plenty to discuss at provincial level with Leone Nakarawa announced as Ulster's newest signing and no less than 23 players already having been confirmed as extending their contracts.That begs the questions about whose futures remain to b…
 
The Six Nations squad has been announced and with it, the usual, inevitable controversy.Host Gareth Hanna is this week joined by rugby reporting duo Jonathan Bradley and Michael Sadlier to discuss, first up, John Cooney's omission from the panel and what it means for his future on both an international and provincial level.Also not in the squad, of…
 
The rugby season is being flung into chaos with the Champions Cup double-header postponed and PRO14 conclusion remaining uncertain.Nonetheless, the Ulster Rugby Round Up is here to provide some familiar tones to sooth you through lockdown. Joining Gareth Hanna this week are rugby reporting duo Jonathan Bradley and Michael Sadlier.On the agenda, of …
 
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