Published Thursday, 12 September 2013
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Ulster will be hoping to mark their first competitive game at the new look Ravenhill with a win on Friday - and if they do it will be dedicated to their former teammate.
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.
Last year Ulster held a memorial service in memory of the Spence men and this weekend they are planning to come together again.
Speaking to UTV about his late friend, Ulster and Ireland player Luke Marshall said: "For me personally, when things were going well on the rugby pitch I did always seem to be able to think about the fact that Nevin wasn't there, I wasn't playing with him anymore.
"It has been a tough enough year, I think this weekend will be tough - you know just reflecting."
Ulster coach Mark Anscombe added: "He is going to be remembered forever and a day with the players and we always try to do justice to the jersey every time we go out and we know he is part of that family that's worn that jersey."
Ulster and Ireland's Dan Tuohy continued: "We are doing something on the Sunday, I think we are getting together as a group of players.
"You know it was an incredibly tough time, a lot of guys were really affected by it at the time and it really did sort of bring us closer together and we wanted to win something for him last season - we obviously struggled at the final hurdle.
"It would be great if we could just get the win to cap off the weekend."
On Thursday, a number of changes were announced to the squad which lost to Newport Gwent Dragons last week.
Ulster will be without Andrew Trimble for up to six weeks due to a finger injury. He is due to undergo surgery on Friday.
David McIlwaine will start on the right wing in place of Trimble, while Darren Cave will return to the backline at outside centre.
Luke Marshall moves inside to 12, Michael Allen is on the left wing and Ian Porter is at scrumhalf in place of Paul Marshall, who is named on the bench.
Declan Fitzpatrick is now at tighthead, while in the backrow Roger Wilson moves from 8 to blindside.
Sean Doyle is named at openside with Nick Williams starting at number 8.
Iain Henderson is named among the substitutes and will make his first appearance for Ulster this season if chosen to play on the day.
Ulster v Glasgow at Ravenhill kicks off at 7.05pm.
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