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Ulster have been buoyed by news Darren Cave, Robbie Diack and Declan Fitzpatrick have all agreed new contracts with the club.
Centre Cave has signed a two-year extension to his current deal at Ravenhill, while Diack and Fitzpatrick have committed until June 2014.
Cave has progressed through the academy set-up at Ulster and has subsequently gone on to make more than 50 appearances and be capped by Ireland.
Fitzgerald was linked to an Ireland call-up as well before a calf injury sidelined him, while South Africa-born Diack could also earn a place in the national set-up as he qualifies under the residency ruling in July.
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The British and Irish Lions suffered their first defeat to Australian provincial opposition in 42 years as they were shocked by the Brumbies.
The British and Irish Lions lost their first match on the 2013 tour after a disappointing 14-12 defeat to the Brumbies.
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Tom Prydie returns for the Dragons to face Ospreys on Monday after a knee injury kept him out of the defeat at Blues.
Paul O'Connell seems unlikely to play again this season after it was revealed he is to have surgery on his back.
The Ospreys have handed promising second row Lloyd Peers with his first professional contract.
Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall felt his team deserved the 17-16 victory over Nothampton.
Lions coach Warren Gatland is hoping some Scots shine in the Six Nations so he can pick them for the Australia tour.