Centre McCloskey finished seven minutes into the second half of his landmark match in Bridgend as Ulster moved up to third in Conference B.
John Cooney, released from Ireland’s Six Nations squad to play for the European Rugby Champions Cup quarter-finalists along with Jordi Murphy, was on target with a late penalty to deny the Ospreys a losing bonus point.
— Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) February 15, 2019
Munster stretched their winning streak to six matches in all competitions with a 43-0 thumping of the Southern Kings at Musgrave Park.
Andrew Conway and Billy Holland were among seven try-scorers for Johann van Graan’s side, who stretched their lead at the top of Conference A to seven points in ruthless fashion.
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