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Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast.
Louis Ludik goes over in the corner for an Ulster try
Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Louis Ludik goes over in the corner for an Ulster try
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Pete Browne and the Scarlets Lewis Rawlins battle for the ball in the line
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland-16th September 2016 Mandatory Credit Brian Little/-Presseye Scarlets Gareth Davies and Ulster Rob Herring during Friday night's Guinness PRO 12 match at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland-16th September 2016 Mandatory Credit Brian Little/-Presseye Scarlets Jake Ball wins a lineout against Ulster during Friday night's Guinness PRO 12 match at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland-16th September 2016 Mandatory Credit Brian Little/-Presseye Ulster and Scarlets Liam Williams try saving tackle on Ulster Craig Gilroy during Friday night's Guinness PRO 12 match at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland-16th September 2016 Mandatory Credit Brian Little/-Presseye Scarlets Gareth Davies and Ulster Rob Herring during Friday night's Guinness PRO 12 match at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland-16th September 2016 Mandatory Credit Brian Little/-Presseye Scarlets Gareth Davies and Ulster Rob Herring during Friday night's Guinness PRO 12 match at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Paddy Jackson and the Scarlets James Davies juggler possession
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Louis Ludik is tackled by the Scarlets Aled Thomas
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Robbie Diack on the attack
Ulster's Robbie Diack
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Stuart McCloskey is tackled bt the Scarlets Rhys Patchell Êand Jonathan Davies
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Craig Gilroy is tackled by the Scarlets Aled Thomas
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. The Scarlets Jonathan Davies misses his tackle on Ulster's Charles Piutau
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Stuart Olding is tackled by the Scarlets Hadleigh Parkes and Liam Williams
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Stuart Olding is tackled by the Scarlets Hadleigh Parkes and Liam Williams
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Clive Ross is tackled by the Scarlets Jonathan Davies
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Louis Ludik goes over in the corner for an Ulster try
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Ulster's Louis Ludik celebrates with Ruan Pienaar
16 September 2016 - Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. Ulster v Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Louis Ludik and Stuart Olding celebrate
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland-16th September 2016 Mandatory Credit Brian Little/-Presseye Ulster Director of Rugby Les Kiss against Scarlets during Friday night's Guinness PRO 12 match at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Picture by Brian Little/PressEye

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