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- European Rugby Champions Cup
- Pool 5
- 7th Dec 2013
- KO 18:00
- Ground: Ravenhill, Belfast
- Att: 12,977
Heineken Cup Pool 5: Ulster far too strong for Treviso
- Cockerill wary of Montpellier
- Keatley calls for Cup focus
- Davies revels in Blues win
- McCall delighted with Sarries
- Mallinder 'embarrassed'
- Easterby finds some positives
- Rees: We're out of it now
- Easter: Quins back on track
- Penney warning over return
- Blues v Warriors: Teams
- Northampton v Leinster: Teams
- Ulster v Treviso: Teams
- Munster v Perpignan: Teams
- Clermont v Scarlets: Teams
- Leicester v Montpellier: Teams
- Zebre v Saracens: Teams
- Toulouse v Connacht: Teams
- Edinburgh v Gloucester: Teams
- Castres edge past Ospreys
- Late bonus for Clermont
- Saints hit for six by Leinster
- Toulouse stunned by Connacht
- Leicester down Montpellier
- Gloucester beat Edinburgh
- Munster maul poor Perpignan
- Blues win Heineken thriller
- Toulon grind down Chiefs
Ulster further tightened their grip on Heineken Cup Pool 5 as they ran in seven tries on their way to a 48-0 demolition of Treviso.
First-half scores from Paddy Jackson, Luke Marshall and John Afoa gave unbeaten Ulster a commanding 22-0 lead, with Dan Tuohy, Sean Doyle, Andrew Trimble and then Marshall again getting over after the break.
Jackson also ended the evening with 13 points to his name from a try, five conversions and a penalty while Darren Cave also had an outstanding game and was the provider for two of the scores.
After a pulsating opening from Ulster, Jackson then got on the end of Cave's inside pass to score on the right after four minutes though Jackson was unable to convert.
Then just after the quarter of an hour mark, with most of the play already belonging to Ulster, big hits from Sean Doyle and Robbie Diack turned the ball over in the home side's half and after they whipped the ball at pace out wide, Jared Payne made ground before giving Luke Marshall a half chance which he did not turn down.
This time Jackson made the extras and Ulster were 12-0 up. The home side then survived a brief period of Treviso pressure on their line - thanks to a poor clearance from Ruan Pienaar - and responded by immediately going up the field and scoring, this time with John Afoa barrelling over at the posts.
Again Jackson converted to put his side 19-0 ahead on 29 minutes. It remained that way until the last play of the half when, after Ulster had run a penalty only to see Luke Marshall hit high, Jackson nailed his first penalty and Ulster trooped off 22-0 to the good.
It was Treviso, though, who hit the ground running at the start of the second half which saw the Italians encamped near Ulster's line early on.
Luke Marshall was then binned in the 52nd minute after preventing release of the ball following Mat Berquist's dangerous half-break near Ulster's line.
Fourteen-man Ulster, though, quickly rallied and from a rare visit to Italians territory they secured their try bonus when Dan Tuohy got over after his initial carry almost put Cave clear for the centre to then throw a sumptuous offload to the supporting second row at the posts.
Jackson converted and at 29-0 the Pool Five leaders now looked in a very comfortable position.
And with Marshall just about to return to the action, Ulster got their fifth try when Doyle exuberantly dived over at the posts after Pienaar's assist which meant Jackson again added the extras to push their lead out to 36-0.
The scores kept coming for Ulster and with 10 minutes left, Trimble touched down for their sixth try of the night, although Jackson's tricky conversion hit an upright and bounced out.
Luke Marshall grabbed his second try on 73 minutes, which Jackson converted to end the avalanche of scoring.
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|European Rugby Champions Cup|
|Friday 17th October|
|European Rugby Champions Cup|
|19:45||Harlequins vs Castres|
|Saturday 18th October|
|13:00||Sale vs Munster|
|15:15||Saracens vs Clermont Auvergne|
|19:45||Leicester vs Ulster|
|15:15||Glasgow vs Bath|
|17:15||Racing Metro 92 vs Northampton|
|Sunday 19th October|
|17:15||Leinster vs Wasps|
|15:15||Toulon vs Scarlets|
|13:00||Toulouse vs Montpellier|
|13:00||Ospreys vs Benetton Treviso|
|Friday 24th October|
|19:45||Munster vs Saracens|
|Saturday 25th October|
|13:00||Ulster vs Toulon|
|19:45||Scarlets vs Leicester|
|15:15||Bath vs Toulouse|
|17:15||Montpellier vs Glasgow|
|17:15||Northampton vs Ospreys|
|Sunday 26th October|
|13:00||Clermont Auvergne vs Sale|
|15:00||Castres vs Leinster|
|17:15||Wasps vs Harlequins|
|17:15||Benetton Treviso vs Racing Metro 92|
|Saturday 6th December|
|TBC||Munster vs Clermont Auvergne|
|TBC||Sale vs Saracens|
|TBC||Castres vs Wasps|
|TBC||Harlequins vs Leinster|
|TBC||Ulster vs Scarlets|
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