Ulster Rugby have produced a moving documentary remembering the life of Nevin Spence, who tragically lost his life five years ago this Friday.
Spence, along with his father Noel and brother Graham died tragically in a farming accident on September 15th, 2012 which not only rocked Ulster Rugby but Irish Rugby as a whole.
Spence was just 22 when he lost his life. He was one of Ulster and Ireland's most promising players that could play centre or fly-half.
Spence was also a talented footballer as a teenager, having trials with Manchester City and Sunderland, while he represented the Northern Irish national team at U-16 level.
In the half an hour documentary released, Ulster speak with his loved ones and closet friends about his life and his rise through the ranks at Ulster.
Watch the full documentary below: