Edinburgh 19-22 Ulster

Edinburgh 19-22 Ulster

​Ulster ensured next weekend’s Guinness PRO14 final will be an all-Irish affair after mounting a storming comeback to beat Edinburgh at BT Murrayfield.

Ian Madigan slotted the winning penalty with the final kick of a pulsating Semi-Final which saw Ulster come from 19-7 down to win 22-19.

The visitors went scoreless in the first half, which ended 5-0 in Edinburgh’s favour, and slipped further behind when Darcy Graham went over early in the second period.

But tries from Rob Lyttle, Rob Herring and John Andrew – either side of Chris Dean’s score for Edinburgh - got Dan McFarland’s men back on terms to set up a grandstand finale.

And when Michael Willemse was penalised for a deliberate knock-on in the final minute, Madigan held his nerve to land his kick and dramatically send Ulster into next week’s Final against Leinster at the Aviva Stadium.

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