Ulster Rugby have announced that forwards Andi Kyriacou and Neil McComb have signed new two-year contracts with the province. The duo have been regular members of Ulster’s matchday squads this season.
Andi Kyriacou joined Ulster from Saracens in 2009 and has amassed 34 appearances for the province since then.
Having represented England at Under-21 level, the Irish-qualified hooker was selected to play for Ireland ‘A’ against Tonga in November 2009.
He previously played for Sale and Leeds and enjoyed a successful loan spell with Munster during his five-year stint with Saracens.
Neil McComb signed his first professional deal at the start of the current season, having previously been on a development contract with Ulster.
The 27-year-old lock has played eigh times for the province at senior level and has been rewarded for his hard work with a contract extension.
He captained Campbell College to Ulster Schools Senior Cup glory in 2002 and has been an integral member of the Belfast Harlequins first team in recent years.