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RUGBY: Ulster could consider Jacob Stockdale at centre

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Ulster's Charles Piutau and Stuart McCloskey celebrate after the win against Harlequins

EUROPEAN RUGBY: Ulster remain in good health

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Ulster's Iain Henderson attempts to charge down Danny Care's clearance

RUGBY: Iain Henderson lauds Ulster performance in win over Harlequins

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Ulster's Jacob Stockdale celebrates scoring  his try against Harlequins

RUGBY: Ulster right back in the mix in Europe after win over Harelquins

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RUGBY: Make or break time in Europe for Ulster admits Les Kiss

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RUGBY: Ulster rocked by Rory Best injury blow ahead of European Cup tie

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RUGBY UNION: McCarter expects better City of Derry display

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Murphy hopes to build National credentials by moving north

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Ulster director of rugby, Les Kiss

Harlequins v Ulster: Les Kiss backs his players

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Jordi Murphy in action against Ulster

RUGBY: Ulster confirm Jordi Murphy joining next season

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INTERNATIONAL RUGBY: Ireland boss Joe Schmidt impressed with two-try Jacob Stockdale

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Jacob Stockdale goes over for his first try against Argentina

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY: Try brace from Jacob Stockdale helps Ireland to win over Argentina

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Ireland skipper 
Rory Best and head coach Joe Schmidt

RUGBY: Rory Best insists Irish Rugby is in a stronger place

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Ireland's Joey Carberry receives medical attention on the pitch before retiring with a suspected broken arm during Saturday's 23-20 win over Fiji in Dublin

RUGBY REACTION: Ireland's Joey Carbery suffers suspected broken arm against Fiji

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AIL RUGBY: Rampant Dungannon destroy City of Derry

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City of Derry centre Paddy Blenerhassett breaks the Skerries defence to score his side's second try at the Craig Thompson Stadium at Judges Road on Saturday.

AIL RUGBY: Gutsy City of Derry show potential despite Skerries defeat

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RUGBY: 10-try Malone dismiss City of Derry challenge

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Andrew Trimble. (Photograph by John Dickson)

RUGBY: Time for talking and excuses is over, says Trimble

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