The Cork-born breakaway joined Ulster on a Development contract in 2014, his form and ambition having been nurtured in the All-Ireland League with Lansdowne.
A cousin of Ireland prop Mike Ross his club coach, Wales’ former Grand Slam-winning Mike Ruddock, recognised his potential and encouraged him to join the professional set-up at Kingspan Stadium where he is regularly in the matchday panel.
In April 2017, Ross signed a new deal with Ulster until the summer of 2019.
He has played 53 times for Ulster scoring five points at the start of the 2017-18 season.
As of the 2018/2019 Champions Cup, Ross has had 16 Champions Cup appearances.
He has struggled for game time in the current season only making 38 minutes of game time from his two appearances.
|2014 - present|