Paddy Jackson scored a late try to secure a valuable victory for the Irish province
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Paddy Jackson's late try maintained Ulster's 100 per cent start to the season and sent them top of the Pro12 as they ran out five point winners over Glasgow Warriors.
Les Kiss' side took an early lead through Jackson's penalty before the mountainous Stuart McCloskey had a try disallowed. Ulster crossed again and were relieved to find it counted as Darren Cave's effort into the corner put them 8-0 up.
Gordon Reid pegged back for the Scots after powering his way over from close range.
Rob Herring then crossed for Ulster to restore their cushion, but it was ruled out after Rodney Ah You was penalised for obstruction. Charles Piutau made amends for the decision with a penalty try which looked like it would give Ulster enough to cling on to.
Finn Russell cut the gap with a penalty before Tommy Seymour put the home side ahead with a try.
Jackson put the finish on a swift move in the final minutes of the game, finishing a Darren Cave break to give them the victory, maintain their winning record and send them top of the table.
Stuart McCloskey is tackled by Alex Dunbar
Zander Fagerson tackles Rodney Ah You
Darren Cave crosses for the first try of the game
Paddy Jackson kicks a penalty for Ulster