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European Rugby Champions Cup Qualifier Result:
Ulster Rugby Official 35-17 Ospreys
Ulster complete a comfortable victory over Ospreys at the Kingspan Stadium to secure Champions Cup rugby for 2018/19.
After a tight first half Ulster led 8-7 at the break with a first half try through Craig Gilroy.
Ulster started strongly in the second half with Gilroy adding a second try with another try for Kieran Treadwell after 52 minutes. Jacob Stockdale added an intercept try late on to secure the victory and ensure Champions Cup rugby next season.
GUINNESS PRO14 Semi-Final Result:
Leinster Rugby 16-15 Munster Rugby
Leinster survived a late comeback from Munster to hold on by the closest of margins and book their place in the GUINNESS PRO14 final at the Aviva Stadium.
Leinster led 10-3 at half-time through an early try from Jack Conan.
Second half tries for Munster from Keith Earls and Gerbrandt Grobler cut the deficit to a single point. Munster pushed close to the Leinster line in the final moments before a turnover for the home side from Max Deegan sealed the victory.
A fnatastic day in Scoil Bhríde, Edenderry last week thanks to Aldi and Paul O'Connell
8 monthly winners, 8 great tries. The overall prize will be awarded at the Ulster Bank League awards in Aviva Stadium on Thursday night.
Ireland suffered a 27-0 defeat to France in the Quarter-Final of the Canada Sevens earlier today, but recorded a solid 19-7 win over Fiji in the 5th Place Semi-Final, setting up a re-match with Canada in the 5/6th Place Play-Off at 11.32pm (Irish time) / 3.32pm (local time).
Follow the action live here: http://rug.by/CanadaSevens
A last gasp try for Canada denied Ireland a second victory of the day, with the hosts finishing 19-17 winners.
Two tries from Amee-Leigh Murphy-Crowe, and one from Stacey Flood looked to have given Ireland the win, but Canada broke from their own 22 to score on the buzzer and claim the win.
Ireland will face France in the Quarter-Final at 5.20pm (Irish time).