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Three weeks ago Bowe’s chances of making Warren Gatland’s Lions squad looked slim but since returning for Celtic League leaders Ulster he has been in inspired form.
The 29-year-old touched down in Ulster’s 31-5 win over Newport Gwent Dragons last weekend before doing the same as they defeated Irish rivals Connacht 34-18.
And, while like many other players Bowe is hopeful of making the Lions squad for the tour to Australia, he is fully focused on Ulster’s push for domestic honours in the short term.
“Personally I’m very happy with how I’ve come back from the injury, to be out for four months and then get myself back playing rugby again,” he said.
“To get a couple of tries over the last couple of weeks has been nice too. I’m happy and who knows what could happen?
“I don’t know if you can ever be happy that you’ve done enough unfortunately. I’m happy that I’m back fit. It was a difficult injury to come back from but I’ve hit the ground running and it’s out of my hands now.
“It’s nice to reach a milestone like that but it was more about getting a great win at Connacht, who made us work hard. Hopefully we can stay top of the table now.”