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01st Nov 2016

Two Ulster players interviewed by police after alleged sexual offences

Paul Moore

The incident occurred at a property in south Belfast on 28 June.

Ulster duo Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding are two of three men that have been arrested by the PSNI in relation to a number of alleged sexual offences reported to have taken place at a property in south Belfast on 28 June.

The BBC have reported that both men were interviewed by the police and then released from custody.

Fly-half Jackson was not included in Ireland’s 27-man squad to face New Zealand this Saturday in Chicago due to “personal reasons”, according to the IRFU official statement.

The PSNI have confirmed in a statement that a file will be prepared for submission to the Public Prosecution Service.