Marty Moore has been ruled out for Ulster for the remainder of the season after picking up an ankle injury in Friday night's clash with Edinburgh, while Jacob Stockdale is another injury concern for Dan McFarland's side.

The Ulstermen secured a top-two finish in Conference B with the impressive 29-7 victory at Murrayfield, yet it came at a cost with the loss of Moore for the upcoming play-offs.

The prop suffered ankle ligament damage during the trip to Scotland and the Belfast-based club confirmed that the Dublin native has now been ruled out until the end of the season.

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Jacob Stockdale also picked up an injury in that game, but the club were unable to give a definitive update ahead of their 27 April encounter with Leinster.

The versatile winger "will be monitored on an ongoing basis", confirmed the club, who issued a short update on the players' injuries.

"Marty Moore suffered a season-ending ankle ligament injury in Friday’s Guinness PRO14 match against Edinburgh," the statement read.

"He will see a specialist later this week. Jacob Stockdale sustained a hamstring injury in the same game. His recovery will be monitored on an ongoing basis."