The forgotten Springbok bulldozer marks the latest return of the damage by trying against South African competition



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Marcell Coetzee marked his response to Ulster with one of five attempts to win Guinness PRO14 from 33-19 against South Kings.

Ulster's fourth consecutive victory, PRO14, gives important impetus to the team's head coach Dan McFarland in the quarter-finals of the European Cup Cup next weekend with Leinster, but moved them to second place at Conference B, which is four points ahead of Benetton Rugby with three remaining regulative games.

South Africa's Coetzee International team, who returned to action for the first time since January, reached Ulster's third attempt after Stuart McCloskey and Rob Lyttle had already crossed the Kings.

Ulster managed 21-12 with Robert Baloucoun, who won the fourth and bonus point, tried eight minutes into the new half and replaced John Andrewa, who finished with a fifth near the end.

Kings were cut to 13 men with just over 10 minutes when the Tertius Kruger center was spotted red by Scottish judge Lloyd Linton, who also replaced Alandre Van Rooyen's yellow-wrapped whore for the incident that unlawfully removed Baloucouna.

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South Africans scored three previous trials through Yaw Penxe, Ulrich Beyers and Michael Willemsey – the second in the second half – and in the first half they reduced Ulster's lead from 14-0 to 14-12 before Coetzee's score.

McCloskey crashed in the left corner of Ulster's first attempt at seven minutes and Burns added a lot of conversion in an hour.

Five minutes later, Lyttle after Ulster after another nice work from Michael Lowry, who came after the injured Louis Ludek. Burns re-directed that Ulster had 14-0.

Kings returned to the 21st minute when Penxe's wing circled Lyttle after some excellent approaches that they visited, although Bader Pretorious failed to convert.

TMO then intervened to give his full back Ulrich Beyers the result 26 minutes after the first appearance – when he received the ticket from Meli Rokou – it turned out that he had bounced from the chest and legs of the royal player before I touched the balls down.

Pretorious changed Ulster's leadership to 14-12.

Marcell Coetzee

Ulster, now also without Marty Moore, who retired with a blow, responded seven minutes later when Coetzee left the nearby range and Burns's conversion reached 21-12.

Ulster received a bonus for an attempt when Baloucoune was in the right-hand corner for eight minutes in the second half after the home team received more punishments and brought them all to the corner. John Cooney added a major change.

Hooker Willemse moved to Pretorious for 63 minutes, hitting Kings 28-19, but reduced to 13 men after Kruger was red and Van Rooyen turned yellow after Baloucoune was unlawfully taken.

Substitution Andrew scored a goal in the 76th minute, and Cooney missed the conversion to complete everything.

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