Ulster won their 13 game in 13 outings this season when they clinched an impressive 25-6 bonus-point triumph over Northampton on Friday to stay on course for the European Cup quarter-finals.
Biarritz's Marcelo Bosch (C) fights for the ball with Connacht's Dan Parks (L) and Tiernan O'Halloran during the European Cup rugby union match at the Galway Sportsground in Galway, Ireland. Connacht celebrated their first win over French opposition with a 22-14 victory against Biarritz in Pool 3.
Ulster scored four tries to stay top of Pool 4 with three wins out of three while Northampton slipped to third place behind Castres who beat Glasgow 9-6.
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