24 May, 14:08
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Bedford opened the scoring in the second half with a try by full-back James Pritchard after 9 minutes which he converted himself. Robbie Kempson was sprung from the bench as was Paul Shields who was instrumental in Andy Ward's unconverted try which extended Ulster's advantage 1(19 - 7).
Cunningham's second try of the night was followed by a Mark Blair touch down from a driving maul to leave the score 29 - 7 at the final whistle. Afterwards Alan Solomons said that he was pleased ith Ulster's performance but recognised that they would have to step up a gear against Glasgow next week. He was delighted with Jeremy Davidson's comeback performance, saying, "Jeremy had an outstanding game and really put himself out and about tonight".
Ulster: B Cunningham, J Topping; J Bell, R Constable, J Cunningham; A Larkin, K Campbell; J Fitzpatrick, M Sexton, C Boyd, J Davidson, M Blair, A Ward, capt, R Nelson, N McMillan. Replacements: R Kempson for Fitzpatrick (50), P Shields for Sexton (40), N Best for Nelson (78), R Spee for Campbell (74).
Bedford: J Pritchard; S Lincoln, T Kirk, M Straten, B Whetstone; E Barnes, A Holloway; J Ross, P Saffy, M Volland (capt), S Halfey, A Orugbeoh, H Quigley, L White, A Fox.
Referee: Simon McDowell