Terblanche extends Ulster stay

South African now set to stay at Ravenhill until end of April

Last Updated: 05/03/12 11:23am

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Stefan Terblanche has extended his stay with Ulster Rugby for a further two months until the end of April.

The South African initially arrived in Belfast in December on a three month contract as cover for the injured Jared Payne, who ruptured his Achilles in the RaboDirect PRO12 match against Treviso on October 7.

The 36-year-old has made quite an impact since joining Brian McLaughlin's squad, notching two tries in nine appearances so far, including in the 38-16 victory over Edinburgh on Friday.

Terblanche has mostly featured at fullback throughout his career but also has the ability to play at centre or on the wing.

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