Al Dickinson, Ali Strokosh and Rob Dewey have all left Edinburgh to play for Ulster. To be honest, can't see why a)they were allowed to go, and B) why they would want to. No disrespect to Ulster, but even though you've won the league your not that much better than Edinburgh and it's not exactly a new challenge. Same league, same oppostion. I can perhaps understand Strokers and Dickinson going cause they want some more game time, and I think they should have been given it at Murrayfield. But as for Dewey, I'm rather annoyed at his attitude. Edinburgh gave him the chance to play pro-rugby, gave him his big break, he earned his first cap here, and Edinburgh have supported him through a couple of nasty injuries. And for Edinburgh's faith in Dewey, he repays Howells and co by buggering off to Ulster. A good player, who will no doubt be world class one day, but has made a rather pointless change in team. Edinburgh are a growing club. Attendences are growing, we're not doing badly in the league and bar a 2 or 3 woeful games this year, we've played some good rugby. I just hope that the brothers curruthers stump up the pennies for Howells to sign replacements.