Ulster squeezed out a vital 17-16 victory at Bath in their opening match in Pool Three of the European Champions Cup.
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- World#71 / 192-18
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- Scarlets 18 May 2019
- Ulster 27 Sep 2019
- Leinster 04 Oct 2019
- Benetton Treviso 12 Oct 2019
- Munster 25 Oct 2019
- Connacht 02 Nov 2019
- Kings 09 Nov 2019
- Munster 16 Nov 2019
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Munster opened their Heineken Champions Cup campaign with a 32-13 bonus point victory over Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium.
Ospreys replacement fly-half James Hook missed two late penalties as Southern Kings hung on to register a 16-14 victory – their …