Ulster were crowned champions of the Provincial Championship for players from Junior Clubs for the first time in seven years last week.

Eddie and Angus Keys, Mattie Graham and Niall Keenan from Enniskillen were all included in the initial squad with the series getting underway three weeks ago.

Ulster began their campaign with a 42-12 over Connacht at the City of Derry grounds as three of the Skins men played a pivotal part in the victory with Eddie Keys providing assists for two of the tries.

The following week, Mike Orchin-McKeever’s side played Munster in Ennis with Eddie Keys and Mattie Graham starting while Angus Keys came off the bench in the second-half.

Ulster picked up a 27-10 win in the end while Leinster defeated Connacht 55-14 in Galway on the second weekend.

It would mean Ulster and Leinster’s game would be the decider for the title on a sunny and windy day in Randalstown.

Only Eddie Keys and Graham would receive the call-up from head coach Orchin- McKeever and they would both play key roles in the game with Keys kicking three conversions and two penalties at the 10 position.

He kicked two early penalties to Ulster take a 6-3 lead but Leinster hit back with a try before Ulster responded before the break with their own as Keys kicked the conversion to go into halftime with a 13-10 advantage.

Keys kicked another two conversions from early tries before being subbed off, ending his tournament with 33 points and an 82% success rate with kicks.

Ulster went on to win the match 34-22 with a late try from Dromore RFC's Dean Dillon as they topped the table with three bonus points.