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Ulster’s back line comes of age in Northampton, Jared Payne’s departure and Jacob Stockdale’s injury

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Mike Lowry runs in to score Ulster's third try against Northampton

Mike Lowry runs in to score Ulster's third try against Northampton

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Mike Lowry runs in to score Ulster's third try against Northampton

The Ulster Rugby Round Up is back this week to look back on how a back line that averaged less than 23 years of age tore the Northampton Saints to shreds at Franklin’s Gardens.

Belfast Telegraph rugby correspondent Jonathan Bradley is joined by Adam McKendry to look back at how Ulster booked their place in the last-16 of the Heineken Champions Cup, as well as what impact the departure of Jared Payne and the season-ending injury to Jacob Stockdale will have on the province.

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