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March 20, 2007

Glasgow Warriors 14 - 14 Glasgow Hawks

Friendly match played at Old Anniesland on Tuesday March 20th 2007 | One comment

Justin Va'a scored the Warriors opening try
Honours were even at 14-14 in tonight's training match between the Warriors and Hawks at a freezing Old Anniesland.

Tries by Justin Va'a and Thom Evans, both goaled by Colin Gregor, gave the Warriors a 14-0 lead at half-time.

Hawks came storming back in the second 30 minute period and an interception try by Ricky Munday, converted by Mike Adamson, brought them within touching distance. The home team's efforts were rewarded with the last move of the game with Ally Maclay going over on the right. Mike Adamson made no mistake with the conversion.

The Warriors' Scott Lawson made his first appearance after injury and could be in line for a place in the squad to face Saracens in April. Ben Prescott got some game time in the Hawks front row and while Mike Adamson and Jamie Hunter impressed throughout, the stand out performer among the two sets of players was former Glasgow back - and still a big favourite with the supporters - Rory Kerr.

Team
1
Justin Va'a
2
Fergus Thomson
3
Moray Low
4
Andy Newman
5
Dan Turner
6
Steve Swindall
7
Andy Wilson
8
Colin White
9
Jamie Hunter
10
Colin Gregor
11
Thom Evans
12
Scott Barrow
13
Graeme Morrison
14
Hefin O'Hare
15
Colin Shaw
Sub
Eric Milligan
Sub
Ben Prescott
Sub
Kevin Tkachuk
Sub
Ben Prescott
Sub
Scott Lawson
Sub
James Eddie
Sub
Calum Forrester
Sub
Ben Addison
Sub
Max Evans
Sub
Sean Marsden
Scorers
Justin Va'a Try 
Colin Gregor Conversion
Thom Evans Try 
Colin Gregor Conversion
Comments
Posted by bossco85 on March 21, 2007 08:23 PM | Reply to this comment

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