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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Craig Gilroy

This year
Craig Gilroy keen to move abroad after confirming Ulster exit
‘All good things must come to an end,’ Gilroy confirmed on Tuesday.
Ulster make 6 changes for Dragons clash
The province have several players unavailable for the upcoming game.
Last year
Craig Gilroy banned for four weeks for high tackle on Scarlets' Tom Rogers
The Ulster wing received only a yellow card for the hit during his side’s victory over their Welsh visitors but will miss the next four matches.
Ulster's Craig Gilroy cited after heavy hit on Scarlets winger
Gilroy appeared fortunate not to have been red carded for the heavy tackle on Thomas Rogers.
All time
Jack McGrath returns to Ulster squad after injury lay-off as Gilroy gets set for 200th cap
Ulster play Ospreys tomorrow with a record of five wins and one defeat from their six games this season.
Gilroy determined to 'light it up every time' as he closes in on 200 Ulster caps
The 30-year-old is also slowly creeping up on the overall try-scoring record in the Celtic League under its various guises.
Ever-present Craig Gilroy determined to join Ulster's exclusive 200 club
The 31-year-old is six caps away from the milestone.
Ulster's Gilroy out to hit top stride as he hails Payne's defensive influence
The 29-year-old has been working hard on his reads out on the edge of the defence.
'Last year was tough at times, especially with the injury I had'
Craig Gilroy is glad to have shaken off injury and is enjoying his new role as the elder statesman of Ulster’s back-line.
Ulster and Ireland's Craig Gilroy unavailable for selection amid internal review
Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding are also subject to similar reviews by rugby officials.
Ireland winger Gilroy commits future to Ulster, as Timoney handed first senior contract
The northern province announced the contract news this afternoon.
'The scoreboard looks good but there was a hell of a lot of effort that went into getting that'
Interim Ulster boss Jono Gibbes got off to a winning start with a comprehensive defeat of the Southern Kings on Friday night.
Cheekbone surgery sidelines Gilroy, but Herbst back for Ulster's trip to Wasps
The wing has undergone surgery to have a plate inserted after he was an early casualty in the hard-fought win over La Rochelle.
Ulster's Gilroy ready to savour his 150th cap after months of waiting
Craig Gilroy suffered a back injury earlier this year which held him back from reaching the 150 mark.
Blow for Ulster and Ireland as Craig Gilroy is ruled out for three months
Wing has developed a stress fracture in his lower back.
Olding switches to out-half as Ulster target playoff push against Zebre
Les Kiss’s side can move into the top four with a win on Saturday evening.
Gilroy gets chance to stake Ireland claim in Ulster's Pro12 clash with Glasgow
Les Kiss makes eight changes for Saturday’s Ravenhill meeting.
Ulster boosted by released Ireland internationals and fit-again Pienaar
Craig Gilroy is back after scoring a hat-trick last weekend in Rome.
Schmidt rates Gilroy display as 'a mixed bag' as Jackson stresses his quality
The Ulster wing scored three tries but didn’t fully meet the Ireland head coach’s standards.
WATCH: Enjoy all nine tries again as Ireland put pitiful Italy to the sword
Joe Schmidt’s side pick up the first try bonus point scored in the Six Nations.
Healy and Ryan start as Ireland look to bounce back in Italy
Ulster wing Craig Gilroy has come onto the Ireland bench for the trip to Rome.
"I think I've won Joe over" - Craig Gilroy ready to take chance against Boks
The Ulsterman’s in line to win his eighth cap this evening.
Paddy Jackson aiming to get familiar faces outside him firing in Johannesburg
Conor Murray and Robbie Henshaw are the only non-Ulster backs named for Ireland this weekend.
'It's déjà vu for us' - Ulster come up short at the RDS yet again
Craig Gilroy is certain Les Kiss can lead the northern province to better days.
Gilroy, Healy and Heaslip's efforts up for 2016 Try of the Year award
These are the nominees for the prize at IRUPA’s awards ceremony next month.
Second-half fightback sees Ulster beaten in Glasgow
Six Nations star Stuart Hogg was influential again, as the Irish side lost out.
Gilroy, Foley and Murphy added to Ireland's Six Nations squad
Mike Ross and Cian Healy have also returned to the mix ahead of the trip to Twickenham.
Gilroy returns to Ulster line-up but big names left out for Champions Cup trip
Les Kiss has made eight changes for Sunday’s meeting with Oyonnax in France.
This literal 'hospital pass' left Craig Gilroy with a fractured eye socket
Semi Kunatani was fairly overzealous when he got the chance to dump Gilroy in to touch too.
Craig Gilroy and Jordi Murphy on gym routines, sleep and personal bests
The Ireland internationals tell The42 about how their prepare off the pitch.
Gilroy the perfect spark to counter 'chaotic' Toulouse
Ulster hope to bounce back from a horrible defeat to Saracens against the four-time European champions.
'Ulster are capable of winning silverware - I wouldn't have stayed if I didn't think so'
Ulster winger Craig Gilroy on Les Kiss and his determination to return to Joe Schmidt’s Ireland side.
Irish duo return for Ulster's trip to Oyonnax as Les Kiss makes his presence felt with selection
Andrew Trimble and Craig Gilroy are both included for the team’s Champions Cup test.
Ireland international and 'fan favourite' Gilroy commits long-term future to Ulster
The winger has signed a two-year contract extension.
Ulster hammer Treviso on a special night for record breaker Trimble
Trimble becomes Ulster’s record appearance holder in the 41 point win.
'You have to be a little bit disappointed': Craig Gilroy staying sharp in case Ireland's call comes
After eight weeks in an international setup, it’s difficult to head back to Pro12 duty.
Bowe and Trimble included in strong Ulster team to face Edinburgh
Trimble lines out for Ulster for the first time since October.
Summer's over: Here's how your favourite Irish rugby stars spent their holidays
Jackson and Henderson went to the woods, Heaslip acted out some Will Smith lyrics and everybody broke their diet plan wide open.
Schmidt's Ireland lose out to entertaining Barbarians in Limerick
The invitational side were deserved winners at Thomond Park.
5 Irish players who have a big opportunity to impress against the Barbarians
A big performance will see these guys back in the hunt for a World Cup spot.