Ulster game off after four players test positive for coronavirus

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Kingspan Stadium. Pic: Ulster Rugby.

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Ulster's scheduled Rainbow Cup clash with Scarlets on Saturday is off after four of the province's players tested positive for Covid-19.

The game at Kingspan Stadium is cancelled and the 500 fans who were due to attend will get a full refund.

The PRO14 has deemed it a 0-0 draw and awarded four points to Scarlets.

Ulster say the fixture can't be rescheduled as there are no available weekends remaining.

Further testing is to take place on Friday and all training for senior and academy players has been suspended.

Meanwhile, one of the star players in recent years is calling it a day:



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