DRAGONS boss Bernard Jackman has pledged to be "ruthless" when shaping his squad after his second string went down to a 52-25 defeat at Ulster. The Rodney Parade region shipped eight tries in a chastening evening in the Guinness PRO14 at Kingspan Stadium. Scores by hooker Rhys Buckley, scrum-half Dane Blacker and wing Will Talbot-Davies reduced the deficit but it was a one-sided contest in Belfast.
THE Dragons suffered a thumping 52-25 defeat to Ulster in Belfast last night. Here are five things from the Guinness PRO14 clash at Kingspan Stadium. The Dragons management have very few selection calls to make for the Southern Kings game next Saturday. There are 11 shoo-ins, 13 if Tyler Morgan and Ollie Griffiths, who was forced off in the closing stages in Belfast, are fit.
THE Dragons second string suffered a predictably embarrassing night in Belfast, the damage of which will be determined by how the firsts get on at Rodney Parade next weekend. Bernard Jackman’s men endured a 52-25 hammering at the hands of unbeaten Ulster in a type of mismatch usually seen when part-timers are put up against big boys in Europe. The Irish province, who had made plenty of changes themselves, had their bonus point in the bag after just 25 minutes.
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