LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 06: Schalk Brits of Saracens and Tommy Bowe of Ulster compete for a high ball during the Heineken Cup quarter final match between Saracens and Ulster at Twickenham Stadium on April 6, 2013 in London, England.
Nevin’s presence has been with the Ulster Rugby team throughout this season. Although he is no longer here in person, his spirit continues to inspire and motivate each and every member of the squad.
In his short career, Nevin had a very positive influence on Ulster Rugby, Ireland, his team, friends and family, his memory lives on with us every day and through this Award we know his influence will continue
Andrew has now spent almost eight years at Ulster Rugby. This deal will take him to a decade at Ravenhill and that reflects both his remarkable consistency of performance and his unwavering commitment to his Province.More quotes »
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