Ulster fall at final hurdle in Dublin - attention now switches to Champions Cup

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Ulster were well beaten in the Pro14 final.

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Ulster's first final for seven years ended in a crushing defeat in Dublin on Saturday night.

They lost 27-5 in the Guinness PRO14 decider against Leinster at the Aviva Stadium.

Dan McFarland's side had opened the scoring with a James Hume try but it was all downhill after that.

Here's the bitterly disappointed head coach:

Captain Iain Henderson says Ulster are now focusing on next Sunday's Champions Cup quarter-final in Toulouse:

Finally football, Patrick McClean has signed a new three-year contract with Glentoran.

The former Derry City defender was one of the star players in the Glens' Irish Cup-winning season.

Patrick McClean - three more years at the Oval. Pic: GFC.

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