Ireland winger Andrew Trimble has signed a new three-year contract with Ulster which will keep him at Ravenhill until 2009.
Trimble has enjoyed a meteoric rise this season since making his competitive Ulster debut at the start of the campaign, producing a string of performances that impressed Ireland selectors.
The 21-year-old won his first Test cap against Australia in November and finished the RBS 6 Nations as Eddie O'Sullivan's first-choice left winger, ousting Ulster team-mate Tommy Bowe from the position.
The theology student is a wiry three-quarter who can operate at centre or on the wing.
Ulster have made their final signing for next season with Australian tight-head prop Tom Court agreeing a two-year deal.
Court is Irish-qualified and was one of the best shot-putters in Australia, where he has been a member of the Queensland Reds Super 12 squad.