Those fans who travelled to see Ulster play in South Africa this weekend got their money's worth: 79 points, 12 tries. Safe to say it was an eventful game between the Southern Kings and Ulster.
Just five minutes from the end, the Southern Kings drew level at 36 points each when Yaw Penxe dotted down and Oliver Zono added the conversion.
The drama did not end there. Straight from the kick-off Ulster got the winning try.
A clearance kick from the South African side failed to find touch after Ulster scrum-half John Cooney managed to keep the ball in play. The ball found its way to the always dangerous Charles Piutau who broke the Kings defence and offloaded to Robbie Diack for the decisive score.
The game finished 43-36.