Six months ago Andy Warwick was playing for Ballymena in the Ulster Bank League, but he has racked up 12 Ulster appearances since making his provincial debut in March. He is set to earn his 13th cap against Toulon, the reigning European champions, on Saturday afternoon.
It does not get any bigger than playing Toulon in the European Champions Cup. That is the verdict of Ulster winger Craig Gilroy, who cannot wait for Saturday's Pool 3 match and the visit of the reigning European champions.
Greene King IPA Championship newcomers Doncaster Knights are the only team to boast a perfect record - 10 points from a possible 10 - after the opening two weekends of action in the British & Irish Cup.
Chris Henry believes Ulster can put the pain of an opening defeat to Leicester Tigers behind them and get their European Champions Cup campaign back on track against a star-studded Toulon team on Saturday.
Ulster picked up a losing bonus point in their opening European Champions Cup clash with Leicester Tigers, as Tommy Bowe and Franco van der Merwe crossed for second half tries. Check out some photos from the Pool 3 tie.
The Ulster squad had a light run-out at Kingspan Stadium earlier today before travelling across for their European Champions Cup opener against Leicester Tigers. Check out some photos of the Captain's Run.
Familiar foes lie in the way of Ulster and a winning start to the inaugural European Champions Cup. Nine months on from their 22-19 win at Welford Road, Rory Best and his team-mates return on the hunt for a similar result against Leicester.
Bristol set a new attendance record for a British & Irish Cup match with a crowd of 7,640 turning up at Ashton Gate last Sunday to see the Greene King IPA Championship pacesetters maintain their winning start to the season with a 50-34 victory over Connacht Eagles.
Ulster subjected table-topping Glasgow Warriors to their first defeat of the GUINNESS PRO12 campaign - 29-9 - as late tries from Craig Gilroy and Tommy Bowe capped a superbly-managed performance from Neil Doak's men.
Ulster head coach Neil Doak has made three changes to the side that beat Edinburgh last weekend for the visit of GUINNESS PRO12 table toppers Glasgow Warriors to Kingspan Stadium on Saturday (kick-off 5.05pm).