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Ospreys broke a four-game losing streak to beat Ulster at home this afternoon.
Brendon Leonard added a try to the first half tally for the Ospreys in the closing minutes of the game, with another conversion from Dan Biggar making it 24-3. Ulster had kept pressure on the home side throughout the second half, but it was only in the closing minutes of the game Jacob Stockdale was able to make it over the whitewash.
Final score Ospreys 24-10 Ulster.
Ospreys are hosting Ulster in the PRO12 at the Liberty Stadium with a play-off place at stake.
Tom Habberfield opened the scoring for the homeside with Dan Biggar converting. Paddy Jackson gave Ulster their first points on the board.
A break from Tyler Ardron gave the Ospreys their second try and put them comfortably in the lead at half time.
Half time score Ospreys 17-3 Ulster.