A hat-trick of tries from Ryan Constable, as well as touchdowns from James Topping and Tyrone Howe, helped Ulster to the easy victory. James Larkin kicked all five conversions, while also adding two penalties.
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Munster rise to eighth place in table after beating Glasgow, who are now second from bottom, 26-10, in Limerick. Michael Mullins and David Wallace scored the tries for the Southern province, while Jeremy Staunton hit two conversions and four penalties.
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Connacht, meanwhile, have dropped to sixth in the table following a 25-20 loss at home to Llanelli, who move up to second, behind Ulster.
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Leinster boot-boy Brian O'Meara helped himself to 21 points as rock-bottom Borders hit a new low at Netherdale last night. The only consolation for the Borders was a brace of touchdowns from centre Jono Stuart which had the home side eyeing a morale-boosting win at one stage. After O'Meara's first trio of kicks, Stuart reduced the deficit by driving over in the corner on the stroke of half-time following a feed from Chris Cusiter. And hopes of a rare home win were raised on the restart when Stuart conjured-up a carbon copy of his first score as Leinster showed signs of wilting. But on-song O'Meara kept the visitors in touch with another penalty before the Irishmen reclaimed the lead through an Aidan Kearney try. O'Meara slotted another three penalties to open up a 10-point gap before Campbell Feather notched a consolation try deep in injury-time.
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