Ulster concentrate on new campaign after crashing out of the Champions Cup

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Lost in France - Ulster well beaten.

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Ulster have crashed out of the European Champions Cup.

They lost 36-8 in Sunday afternoon's quarter-final against Toulouse in France.

Skipper Iain Henderson admits the performance just wasn't good enough:

They're now looking ahead to the upcoming new season:

Gaelic games - Dungannon Clarkes have won the Tyrone senior football championship for the first time in 64 years.

They took the title with a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over holders Trillick in Omagh.

Also on Sunday, Kilcoo were crowned Down champions for the eighth time in nine years with a win against Carryduff.

And Cargin made it a hat-trick of Antrim titles by beating neighbours Creggan in the decider.

Finally golf - Rory McIlroy has finished tied for eighth place at the US Open. 

He was 12 shots behind first time major winner Bryson DeChambeau.



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