10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
Celtic Warriors 0-28 Ulster:
Ulster got off to a flying start when the forwards took possession with the line in sight. Paul Steinmetz passed to Shane Stewart who touched down for the first try of the evening. Humphreys converted and hit over two penalties before flanker Neil McMillan grabbed another try to move his side into an 18-0 lead at half time.
And it was Humphreys who was once again the Ulster hero after the break. He took and converted a try midway and also added another penalty to move his personal tally to 18 points. Not a bad contribution to the 28-0 scoreline.
Full Details at: www.ulsterrugby.ie
Munster 6-16 Gwent Dragons:
Munster lost 16-6 to the Gwent Dragons on Friday evening.
The home side's only points came from the boot of winger Mossie Lawlor, but his kicking wasn't enough to boost the the Munster performance and challenge the Welsh outfit.
The first-half was a tight affair, with the first points only arriving in the 27th minute when Lawlor put over a penalty. He added another five minutes later to move Munster into a 6-0 lead with the break in sight, but it was then that the Dragons roared into action.
Their attacking play resulted in a try for captain Anthony Marinos and Percy Montgomery's conversion pushed the visitors into a one-point lead heading to the dressing rooms. Munster failed to register on the scoreboard in the second half while Montgomery added three penalties to ensure the win and see the Irish province suffer their fourth loss in a row in their Celtic League campaign.
Full Details at: www.munsterrugby.ie