Munster may be playing in one final tomorrow, but Ulster have the chance to add to their silverware against Llanelli tonight.
…Justin Harrison, voted the Guinness Ulster Rugby Personality of The Year last night, will be hoping to help Ulster land the Celtic League title in Llanelli this evening…
Munster may be chasing Europen glory in Cardiff, but Ulster know all about that already having won the title back in 1999.
Tonight they are chasing more silverware when a bonus point victory away to The Scarlets will secure them the Celtic League with one round left to play. A home win would see the title go down to the wire and leave the door open for Leinster.
Ulster have named Paddy Wallace in the centre with Andrew Trimble – who added to his awards tally this season when he was named Player of The Year at the Ulster Rugby awards last night. He recently picked up the IRUPA Newcomer of the year at an awards ceremony in Dublin. Justin Harrison, pictured above, picked up the Ulster Rugby Personality Of The Year Award last night.
The Ulster team also contains the two uncapped players named in the Ireland Squad for the Summer Tour – Scrumhalf Isaac Boss and Prop Bryan Young.
The Ulster team in full is:
ULSTER: 15 – Bryn Cunningham; 14 – Tommy Bowe; 13 – Andrew Trimble; 12 – Paddy Wallace; 11 – Andrew Maxwell; 10 – David Humphreys; 9 – Isaac Boss; 1 – Bryan Young; 2 – Rory Best; 3 – Simon Best (Captain); 4 – Justin Harrison; 5 – Matt McCullough; 6 – Neil Best; 7 – Stephen Ferris; 8 – Roger Wilson
Replacements: 16 – Nigel Brady; 17 – Justin Fitzpatrick; 18 – Ryan Caldwell; 19 – Neil McMillan; 20 – Kieran Campbell; 21 – Jonny Bell; 22 – Tyrone Howe
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