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Catch Up With Ulster’s Returning World Cup Players

Catch Up With Ulster’s Returning World Cup Players

Ulster Rugby are inviting fans to join them at Ravenhill next Tuesday (7pm to 8.30pm) for a signing session with the province’s returning Rugby World Cup players.

You can meet Ulster’s returning Rugby World Cup players on the night and also take advantage of a fabulous 15% discount in the Kukri Store at Ravenhill.

Ulster’s international contingent, who represented Ireland, South Africa and Scotland at the tournament in New Zealand, will all be back training with the squad from the start of next week.

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With RaboDirect PRO12 games against the Scarlets and Connacht scheduled before the Heineken Cup opener against Clermont Auvergne, it will certainly be a busy time for the players who will have to settle back into life in Belfast quickly.

But next Tuesday evening will give Ulster supporters a chance to welcome them home and get autographs and photographs.

The following players will be available at the signing session:

Ireland – Rory Best, Stephen Ferris, Andrew Trimble, Paddy Wallace and Tom Court
Scotland – Simon Danielli
South Africa – Ruan Pienaar and Johann Muller

The session will take place in the Kukri Store, located underneath the Grandstand and everyone coming along will be able to take advantage of a brilliant ‘15% off all Ulster stock’ offer on the night.

Parking will be available within the ground and the event is open to all Ulster Rugby supporters.

Meanwhile, New Zealander Jared Payne flew to England with Ulster physio Gareth Robinson to have the operation to repair the Achilles tendon that he ruptured in the province’s RaboDirect PRO12 clash with Benetton Treviso two weeks ago.

A statement from Ulster Rugby confirmed: “The surgery went well. Jared will be reviewed in a fortnight’s time after the wound has had some time to settle and heal.

“It is at this stage that we are likely to have a clearer view of the length of time required for rehabilitation and recovery.”