Sport: Ferris Ends Rugby Career

SPORT: FERRIS ENDS RUGBY CAREER

Stephen Ferris has been forced to retire from rugby.

Ulster have confirmed that their brilliant flanker has announced his retirement after a 9-year career that saw him win 35 caps for Ireland and make 106 appearances for Ulster.

The 28-year-old suffered an ankle injury in November 2012 and spent 16 months on the sidelines before making a short-lived return in March of this year, playing a further three games for his native province before suffering another injury set-back.

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