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Ulster rugby transfer news – Tommy Bowe to retire at end...

Tommy Bowe has confirmed that he will retire from Rugby at the end of the season. The Current Ulster star who has played 69 times for Ireland announced the news via his Twitter account.

Tommy Bowe to retire from professional rugby at the end of...

Ulster and Ireland player Tommy Bowe has announced his retirement from professional rugby as of the end of the current season, 14 years after...

The top 10 wingers in world rugby

As the countdown to the 2015 Rugby World Cup continues, we take a look at ten of the finest wingers who will grace our screens during this year’s rugby extravaganza.

Probable starting Ireland team and replacements for The Rugby World Cup

As Ireland step up their preparation for the World Cup, we look at the probable starting Ireland team and replacements for The Rugby World Cup.

Ulster Rugby News: Injury to rule Tommy Bowe out till November

Ulster Rugby winger Tommy Bowe is set to be on the sidelines until November due to a wrist injury he sustained on duty with The Lions.

Tommy Bowe ruled out of Lions Tour

Irish international Tommy Bowe may have made his final appearance on this season's Lion's Tour.

Tommy Bowe’s surgery could rule him out of Six Nations and...

Ulster winger Tommy Bowe faces an anxious wait to find out how long he will be out of action for after being stretchered off in Saturday’s surprising Heineken Cup Poof four defeat by Northampton Saints in Ravenhill

Six Nations News: Tommy Bowe injury scare for Ireland

A shocking weekend for Irish teams in the Heineken Cup has just got worse with the news that Tommy Bowe suffered a knee injury in the closing stages of Ulster’s 9 points to 10 Heineken Cup defeat to Northampton Saints at Ravenhill on Saturday Night.

Ulster team to play Northampton (Kick off 6pm Saturday)

Undefeated Ulster have announced their starting team to face Northampton Saints tomorrow at Ravenhil, 6pm.

Ulster Team News ahead of Northampton match Friday (Kick off 8pm)

Ulster are seeking their 50th Heineken Cup win this Friday when they face Northampton Saints at Franklin’s Gardens.

Declan Kidney: ‘Ireland haven’t forgotten how to win’

Kidney puts Ireland’s rough patch down to a lack of experience of test matches