Departing All Black says bright future ahead for Ulster as they clinch a place in Europe

You are viewing content from Q North West 102.9. Would you like to make this your preferred location?
Charles Piutau

Q Radio Sport

Ulster have qualified for next season's European Champions Cup after beating Ospreys in a play-off at Kingspan Stadium on Sunday.

They won by 35 points to 17 with two tries for Craig Gilroy and one each for Kieran Treadwell and Jacob Stockdale.

John Cooney hit three conversions and three penalties. 

It was due to be the last game in an Ulster shirt for full-back Charles Piutau, but he was injured in the warm-up and didn't feature.

The former All Black has told Q Radio he sees a bright future for the province after a difficult season...

More from Q Radio Local Sport

Join the Thank Q Club

Sign up for the Thank Q Club and receive exclusive offers, fun competitions and amazing prizes - it's quick and easy to do!

Sign Up Log In

Listen on the go

Download the Q Radio app to keep listening, wherever you are! It's available on Apple and Android devices.

Download from the App Store Download from Google Play