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October 11, 2004

Sale 7 - 36 Glasgow Warriors

Development match played at Edgeley Park on Monday October 11th 2004 | 3 comments

Andy Craig scored three tries for Glasgow's Development XV (photo by Jen Thomson)
Glasgow's Development XV defeated their Sale counterparts 36-7 at Edgeley Park in Stockport this afternoon.

Andy Craig scored three tries, Rory Lamont two, with Shawn Renwick opening the scoring for Glasgow with a try after 5 minutes.

Calvin Howarth converted two tries with Colin Gregor completing the scoring for Glasgow.

Glasgow squad (all played) Andy Kelly (Glasgow), Fergus Thomson (Apprentice & Glasgow Hawks), Donald Malcolm (Academy & GHA), Elliot McLaren (Biggar), Stuart Fenwick (Ayr), Euan Murray (Glasgow), Jonathan van der Schyff (Currie), Steve Swindall (Glasgow Hawks), Andy Wilson (Glasgow), John Beattie (Apprentice & GHA), Shawn Renwick (Stirling County), Andy Dunlop (Biggar), Graeme Beveridge (Glasgow), Alasdhair McFarlane (Hillhead/Jordanhill), Calvin Howarth (Glasgow), Colin Gregor (Apprentice & Watsonians), Andy Craig (Glasgow), Rory Lamont (Glasgow), Dave Millard (Glasgow), Colin Shaw (Hawks), Steven Manning (Ayr)

You can read a report from Sale's official site here

Comments
Posted by Envy on October 11, 2004 07:25 PM | Reply to this comment

How good is that?!!!! Brilliant ot see the likes of Dunlop & McLaren getting in the squad. With Barrie whinging down the road its obvious Glasgow is fast becoming the dominant rugby region in Scotland...

Posted by Highlandbrave75 on October 12, 2004 12:08 AM | Reply to this comment

Nice to see Shawn Renwick continue his try scoring start to the season. 12 so far for Stirling County from No. 8 and one more today for Glasgow.

Well done guys!

Posted by bigjim on October 12, 2004 09:56 PM | Reply to this comment

thats surely promising for the future of glasgow rugby

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