Connacht climbed to second in Conference A with a relatively comfortable 21-12 Pro14 win over Ulster at the Sportsground on Friday.
Andy Friend’s Connacht are the only visiting team to have beaten Ulster at Kingspan Stadium this season and they completed a double over their Irish rivals after a strong start to both halves.
Shane Delahunt crossed after 12 minutes, with Bundee Aki dancing through to follow suit seven minutes later. Jack Carty kicked the conversion on both occasions.
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Ulster threatened to come back into contention when Angus Kernohan went over ahead of half-time, but the gap was stretched again two minutes after the restart.
Jordi Murphy went through off a driving maul on the next play to restore some respectability to the scoreline, but Ulster were unable to turn to get any closer.
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