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Heineken Champions Cup Group B challenger Ulster Rugby beat Zebre Parma 36-15 at home to the Rugby Union Championship on Friday.

Stewart, yet to make his EPCR debut, struck first at the Kingspan Stadium in just the fourth minute before Marty Rea, Callum Reed and Stuart Moore finished the whitewash before half-time, inside Sen Doak converted Ulster’s three tries.

Stewart added his second try of the night in the 52nd minute, with John Andrew also crossing in the second period for the 1999 European champions.

The dhl Stormers, also in Group B of the Heineken Champions Cup, also won the URC match on Friday night, beating the Scarlets 36-19 at the dhl Stadium.

South Africa, who host the Heineken Champions Cup at ASM Clermont Auvergne on December 10, made five attempts through Herschel Jantjies, Leolin Zas, Ernst van Rhyn, Hacjivah Dayimani and Dan du Plessis, while Kade Wolhuter scored 11 points.

In the Gallagher Premiership, Harlequins and Gloucester Rugby took on an all-Group A clash at Twickenham Stoop, with the hosts winning 21-12, all points coming from the first half.

Converted attempts by Danny Care and Dino Lamb gave the Harlequins a 14-0 lead in the opening quarter of an hour, but Gloucester brought them back with goals from Ben Morgan and Santiago Soccino.

However, Care’s second try of the night earned him the win for Quins, who travel to Cell C Sharks in the first round of the Heineken Champions Cup on December 10, when Gloucester hosts Union Bordeaux-Bègles.

Meanwhile, another A-team team, Exeter Chiefs, lost 21-24 at the Newcastle Falcons despite Ruben van Heelden, Jack Yeander and Scott West Odu had tried.

The 2020 Heineken Champions Cup winners travel to Castres Olympiad on 10 December.


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