Ulster back on track, Ireland sink Scots - and first ever hockey win over GB

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Weekend round-up

Ulster got back on track after last week's loss to Leinster with a 26-22 victory over Dragons at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

Stewart Moore scored twice while Alby Mathewson and John Andrew also crossed for Dan McFarland's side as a much-changed Ulster team secured victory on Saturday night.

The versatile Michael Lowry impressed at out-half and was named man of the match. 

Here's head coach McFarland:

Ulster have 13 wins from their 15 Pro14 games and are guaranteed to finish second in Conference A behind Leinster.

Sunday saw a victory for Ireland, with Ulster captain Iain Henderson again outstanding.

Then, Ireland's women hockey players were celebrating their first ever win over Great Britain:

Linfield restored their five-point lead at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership by thrashing Carrick Rangers 7-0.

The other winners on Saturday were Glentoran, Cliftonville, Larne and Ballymena.

Coleraine had beaten Crusaders 2-0 on Friday night. 

Finally, County Antrim rider Michael Dunlop has finished 11th on his first appearance at the Daytona 200 in Florida.



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