**A brace of tries from Luke Marshall and Sam Carter helped Ulster to a 47-17 victory over the Ospreys at the Kingspan Stadium to make it three wins from four in the BKT United Rugby Championship.**\n\nUlster, who suffered defeat to Leinster last time out, also crossed over through John Andrew, Stuart McCloskey and Marcus Rea - as John Cooney added the extras - in a one-sided clash where they had already secured their try bonus before half-time. \n\nOspreys scored a first-half try from Jac Morgan in addition to a conversion and penalty from Jack Walsh and ended the contest with a touchdown from Morgan Morris which Walsh converted. \n\nUlster, who announced the signing of Worcester's British and Irish Lions prop Rory Sutherland on a short-term deal ahead of kick-off, claimed their first try shortly after kick-off when Marshall barrelled over as the visitors had made a hash of clearing, while Cooney converted. \n\nSix minutes later and a penalty was put to the corner, prompting the Ulster maul to rumble over the line to allow Andrew to touch down for try number two which Cooney again converted.