Posts Tagged ‘glasgow’
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ALTHOUGH STERN faces will be talking about the benefits the Scottish pro sides can gain from the next three rounds of the Heineken Cup, it is safe to say that these are now extra games for Edinburgh Rugby and Glasgow Warriors to build form for other competitions.
For both sides their season will not be defined by the remaining European matches, but by the two 1872 Cup matches between the rivals in the RaboDirect Pro12.
Posted 263 days ago
AS OCTOBER draws near the rain is lashing pedestrians with more regularity. For some south of Berwick this is a reminder that grounds will soften and tries may be unpleasantly scarce. For the Scots it is an unexpected reminder of a successful summer tour and a signal that even more hard work is needed as the seasons shift.
Posted 414 days ago
CHRIS CUSITER will be to the fore of Glasgow’s bid to reach the RaboDirect Pro12 final when they play Leinster at the RDS on Saturday night.
Scotland scrum-half Cusiter, who this season agreed a new three-year deal with Glasgow, will be looking to help the Warriors make the final for the first time and give coach Sean Lineen a fitting send-off…
Posted 564 days ago
Having equalled their best ever run of victories in a single RaboDirect PRO12 season, Glasgow Warriors today delivered another significant signing coup, securing fans’ favourite Rory Lamont on a contract that will see him attached to the Scotstoun-based club until at least the end of May 2014.
The arrival of the 26-cap back-three player, who has been a free agent since…
Posted 761 days ago
Glasgow Warriors are delighted to confirm the signing of one of the most consistently impressive performers in the domestic game as Melrose stand-off Scott Wight today joins the club on a two-year contract. As captain, the 25-year-old pivot has been a key figure in the Greenyards outfit’s exceptional season, which saw them claim Premier 1, Border League and Melrose Sevens…
Posted 895 days ago
With the half way stage of the season now passed, teams will now concentrate on their push for a top four placing to secure a spot in the Magners League semi-finals. Results over the Festive period mean that Munster have pulled nine points clear at the top of the table, but there is a real scramble for the remaining Play-off…