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August 28, 2011

Sale Sharks 28 - 0 Glasgow Warriors

Friendly match played at Edgeley Park on Friday August 26th 2011 | 3 comments

Stuart Hogg put in a good display at full-back
Glasgow's second and final pre-season fixture showed they still have some work to do before the start of the new RaboDirect Pro12.

The Warriors went down to a 28-0 defeat to Sale Sharks at Edgeley Park tonight and will have to be more clinical and disciplined if they want to take anything from next Friday's campaign opener against Ulster at Ravenhill next Friday (ko 7.05pm, live on BBC ALBA).

Both teams were evenly matched in the opening stages and it wasn't until the 28th minute that Sale stand-off Nick MacLeod gave his team the lead with a penalty from near halfway.

Glasgow went further behind with a try by Sale full-back Rob Millar. MacLeod missed with the extras but landed another penalty to give the Sharks an 11-0 lead at the half.

Glasgow made a raft of changes at half-time and started the second period well but mistakes ruined the chance to turn pressure into points.

MacLeod struck another penalty before Sale skipper David Seymour went over for a converted try to take the score to 21-0.

A disapointing night was complete when Ed Kalman was sin-binned and from the resulting scrum Glasgow conceded a penalty try for collapsing.

Referee Llyr Ap Geraint Roberts
Attendance
Team
1
Ryan Grant
2
Pat MacArthur
3
Michael Cusack
4
Tom Ryder
5
Nick Campbell
6
Robert Harley
7
Chris Fusaro
8
Rory Pitman
9
Henry Pyrgos
10
Duncan Weir
11
Dave McCall
12
Troy Nathan
13
Peter Horne
14
Federico Aramburu
15
Stuart Hogg
Sub
Finlay Gillies
Sub
Ed Kalman
Sub
Jon Welsh
Sub
Gordon Reid
Sub
Colin Gregor
Sub
Scott Wight
Sub
Tommy Seymour
Sub
Colin Shaw
Sub
James Eddie
Sub
Ryan Wilson
Sub
Rob Dewey
Match Substitutions
Off On
Dave McCall Colin Shaw
Off On
Ed Kalman Jon Welsh
Off On
Michael Cusack Ryan Grant
Off On
Rory Pitman Ryan Wilson
Off On
Robert Harley James Eddie
Off On
Henry Pyrgos Colin Gregor
Off On
Duncan Weir Scott Wight
Off On
Peter Horne Rob Dewey
Off On
Federico Aramburu Tommy Seymour
Off On
Nick Campbell Robert Harley
Off On
Pat MacArthur Finlay Gillies
Off On
Troy Nathan Peter Horne
Off On
Stuart Hogg Federico Aramburu
Off On
Jon Welsh Gordon Reid
Off On
James Eddie Michael Cusack
Posted by ballinj on August 27, 2011 02:21 PM | Reply to this comment

I thought we would be over this. Play well one week then be appalling the week after.

Posted by russ on August 28, 2011 09:23 AM | Reply to this comment

After Newcastle game SL said he was happy where we were etc etc etc. Now we appear to have gotten worse (overnight)?!

Season ahead, hmmm, really worried!

Posted by gristedes on August 28, 2011 10:09 AM | Reply to this comment

Really not the result we needed at this stage. Losing badly is one thing but failing to score? No excuse for that.

Fortunately however we have a big televised game on Friday and a good result should go some way to erasing this one and encouraging folk to part with their cash and get along to the Munster game.

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