Published Friday, 13 September 2013
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The home side wasted a glorious opportunity to seal a game which they led 12-6 at half-time.
Instead Gregor Townsend's men stole away with the four points to remain unbeaten after two games while Ulster had only a losing bonus point - the same gain they managed from their shock 15-8 defeat at Newport Gwent Dragons the week before.
Indeed, with Glasgow prop Moray Low sin-binned late on, anything other than an Ulster win seemed inconceivable but the home side can only blame themselves for their misfortune having blown a host of try-scoring opportunities to seal the result with their only scores coming from four Paddy Jackson penalties.
Stuart Hogg, playing his first game since the Lions tour, opened the scoring for the Warriors in the fifth minute with a penalty after Johann Muller's high tackle on Ruaridh Jackson, but Ulster quickly hit back when Paddy Jackson replied two minutes later.
Paddy Jackson then landed his second three-pointer just before the end of the first quarter after some great offloading from Roger Wilson and Nick Williams and did so again after 20 minutes with a long range effort.
But Hogg closed the gap to 9-6 after Ulster strayed offside four minutes before the half hour.
Ulster responded with some eye-catching play from Williams and the impressive Ian Porter and this, in turn, led to Paddy Jackson's fourth penalty which sailed between the posts to take the home side's lead to 12-6.
Then, just at the end of the half, Darren Cave was penalised at the breakdown but Hogg was wide with the effort much to Ulster's relief.
Ulster upped their tempo in the second half but neither side was able to score with the home team seeing three scoring chances go begging.
Michael Allen, Luke Marshall and David McIlwaine all had chances to cross for Ulster with the latter actually getting over the line but being held up by a combination of Jonny Gray and Tommy Seymour.
Ulster also failed to put any points on the board from the tee with Paddy Jackson's 67th-minute penalty sailing wide but they continued to dominate possession and territory, while Low's sin-binning ensured the Warriors had to dig even deeper to not concede any further points.
Even down to 14 men, though, the visitors resisted and even had a five-metre scrum in the latter stages only to concede a penalty and allow Ulster to relieve the pressure.
They were not finished and after DTH van der Merwe was hauled down by Iain Henderson, the Warriors stayed in the Ulster 22 and from a tap penalty, substitute Eddie crashed over with Hogg's conversion sealing the most unlikely of wins.
Head coach Mark Anscombe said his side should have won the game with ease.
He told UT V: "We should have won by 20 and we blew three or four golden opportunities and did not take them, they had one chance and they took it.
"It was frustrating, but we played a lot of good football, just the last execution let us down.
"You don't get a lot of chances and when you do, you have to take them.
"We lacked a bit of energy in coming out of the corner and defending the last couple of phases and didn't clear from the line - we only have ourselves to blame."
It was not the way Mark Anscombe's men wanted to start the season, particularly on the anniversary of the death of Ulster player Nevin Spence.
As his picture was projected to the crowd at Ravenhill, fans gave a standing ovation and applause in honour of the late star.
The 22-year-old tragically died along with his brother Graham and father Noel while trying to save each other in a slurry tank accident at their family farm in Hillsborough, Co Down.
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