Published Monday, 17 September 2012
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Ulster were due to play Italian side Zebre on Friday night, but the game has now been postponed in the wake of Nevin's death - alongside his father Noel and brother Graham - in a farming accident.
A statement from Ulster Rugby confirmed that details about the rescheduled match in Parma would be announced in due course.
"Nevin will leave a huge hole in our professional squad," Director of Rugby David Humphreys said, following the shock news about the 22-year-old player and his family.
"I've no doubt that Ulster Rugby will be the poorer place without him."
Nevin was undoubtedly an Irish international in the making.
Andy Irvine, RaboDirect PRO12
The Board of Celtic Rugby and all at RaboDirect PRO12 have also expressed their deepest sympathy to the Spence family.
"The news of the tragic deaths of Nevin Spence, his father and brother on Saturday has hit the rugby community hard around the world," RaboDirect PRO12 Chairman Andy Irvine said.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this terrible time.
"Nevin was one of a fine crop of young players coming through the ranks at Ravenhill and had earned age group honours as well as playing for Irish Wolfhounds."
He added: "It will take time for the Ulster players, management and fans to come to terms with their loss and the RaboDirect PRO12 has been robbed of one of its rising stars."
According to Ulster Rugby, a memorial service will be held at Ravenhill on Sunday 23 September at 3pm.