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Ulster too strong for Warriors


Chris Henry

Chris Henry


Chris Henry

Ulster flanker Chris Henry made some sustained second-half pressure count as last season's Heineken Cup runners-up secured their second win of this season's tournament and condemned Glasgow to another loss with a 19-8 triumph at Scotstoun.

Henry touched down as Ulster drove over after dominating the early stages of the second half in front of a sell-out crowd.

Peter Horne gave Glasgow the lead with a penalty in a tight opening half, but Paddy Jackson, who claimed four penalties and a conversion, proved the more competent kicker throughout the contest and Glasgow replacement Niko Matawalu's late try proved only a consolation.