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In Pics: Ulster 25 Glasgow 23

In Pics: Ulster 25 Glasgow 23

Click here for photos from Ulster’s narrow win against Glasgow at Ravenhill last Saturday. David Humphreys nabbed all 25 of Ulster’s points to become the Celtic League’s record points scorer.

Pictured above: David Humphreys running in for his try in the 46th-minute at Ravenhill. The Irish international converted the score and kicked two second half penalties, adding to his first half haul of four, to ensure Ulster’s seventh win of the Celtic League campaign.

David Humphreys kicks the match-winning penalty in the fifth minute of injury-time to deny the Warriors. Humphreys’ haul of 25 points boosted his career league tally to 522 points – putting him 19 points ahead of previous record holder Gavin Henson of the Ospreys. Ulster coach Mark McCall said of the match-winner afterwards: “If you want someone to have a kick at goal in the last second of a game to win it – you couldn’t ask for a better person than David. We’re delighted he got it over.”

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Ulster winger James Topping is tackled by Graeme Morrison (left) and Graeme Beveridge (right) at Ravenhill.

Ulster flanker Neil Best tries to offload out of a tackle from Glasgow number 7 Jon Petrie.

Ulster captain and tighthead prop Simon Best is tackled by Jon Petrie.

Ulster full-back Bryn Cunningham feels the force of a tackle from Glasgow’s Rory Lamont.

Ulster’s replacement flanker Stephen Ferris on the charge.

Ulster players congratulate David Humphreys after his match-winning penalty in injury-time.

**All photos by Andrew Paton of Inpho Photography**