Bradley positive about Edinburgh future
Edinburgh head coach Michael Bradley is positive about the future despite seeing his side lose the Heineken Cup semi-final to Ulster.
Saturday's match at Dublin's Aviva Stadium was Edinburgh's first ever appearance at this stage of the competition following a memorable run that included a quarter-final win over Toulouse.
They were still well in the game going into the final 10 minutes before Ruan Pienaar, who scored 17 points in total, kicked a 76th minute penalty to open up a 22-12 lead.
Jim Thompson's late converted try was not enough for the Scottish side, with Ulster progressing 22-19 to go on and play either Leinster or Clermont in the final at Twickenham's Stoop next month.
Despite, the defeat and obvious disappointment Bradley still found reasons to be positive, saying: "There are areas we have to improve. There is young talent coming through and quality international players. Edinburgh Rugby has taken a positive step forward."
He added: "We are disappointed and a little bit frustrated. We had enough opportunities to build a bigger points total than we did."