Published Friday, 05 October 2012
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The comfortable 25-0 win over their provincial rivals was their first match at Ravenhill since the death of young centre Nevin Spence, which was marked with a minute's silence before kick off.
Supporters in the stands paid tribute to the late star by holding up a giant shirt with his name.
Ulster opened the scoring after 10 minutes with a penalty from Paddy Jackson.
But the home side struggled to break down the Connacht defence after that, as chances came and went for Tommy Bowe and Andrew Trimble.
Ulster turned the screw around the half-hour mark and a penalty try was awarded when flanker Dave Gannon was binned after a Chris Henry drive.
Jackson converted to make it 10-0 after 34 minutes.
Nick Williams went on to extend the advantage to 17-nil by the break with another try, after Clancy had reversed a penalty against Connacht and Ulster had put the ball into the corner.
A Jackson penalty after Connacht were adjudged to have strayed offside made it 20-0 at the hour mark, and the game became fractured as both sides emptied their benches.
Then on the 78th minute, out of nowhere, Bowe won a cross-kick from Paddy Wallace and substitute Luke Marshall skidded in.
Wallace missed the drop-kicked conversion but Ulster nonetheless stretched their advantage, with a game in hand over their rivals as they head into next week's opening European clash with Castres, and maintaining their perfect start to the season.