Injured Ferris forced to hang up boots

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No regrets for Ulster flanker Stephen Ferris as injury prematurely ends his rugby career.

Ireland and Ulster forward Stephen Ferris announces his retirement from rugby because of an ankle injury.

The 28-year-old flanker said it was difficult to accept his career was over, but added he was hanging up his boots with no regrets.

Ferris played 35 games for Ireland and played for the British and Irish Lions in South Africa in 2009.

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