Ulster Rugby ban spectator after 'abusive behaviour'
Ulster Rugby have banned a spectator after "abusive behaviour" at their game with Harlequins on December 7.
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The club's CEO Jonny Petrie said on Twitter that the spectator had been banned as a result of "complaints made by other supporters".
— Jonny Petrie (@JP_Petrie) December 18, 2019
As a result of complaints made by other supporters at the Harlequins game, I have today banned an individual from future @UlsterRugby matches. We all want @KingspanStadium to be an intimidating place for away teams to visit, but abusive behaviour will never have any place here
He said that the spectator would be banned from future Ulster Rugby matches at the Kingspan Stadium.
"We all want Kingspan Stadium to be an intimidating place for away teams to visit, but abusive behaviour will never have any place here," he wrote.
The club said it was a "timely opportunity to remind all supporters of our Respect Policy and Stadium Regulations".
Ulster won the game 25-24 after a late penalty from John Cooney.
They also defeated Harlequins by 34-10 in the reverse fixture at Twickenham last Friday.
Earlier this year Ulster Rugby handed a lifetime ban to a fan who directed abuse at Ireland international Simon Zebo during a European fixture against Racing 92 at the Kingspan Stadium.
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