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September 07, 2003

Glasgow players on club duty

Posted by Editor on September 7, 2003 07:41 AM | No comments | Print | E-mail author

Glasgow's Andy Wilson was on BT Premiership duty with Aberdeen GSFP.
A number of Glasgow's contracted players were on club duty today in the second weekend of the BT Premiership Division One.

Back-row men Andy Wilson and Rory McKay helped Aberdeen GSFP to a 30-12 win at Peebles. Glasgow back-up squad member Rod Seib went over for a try for Aberdeen.

Front-row men Andy Kelly and Chris Birchall turned out for Ayr and GHA respectively but both props ended up on the losing side. Ayr went down 26-14 to Heriot's at Millbrae but Glasgow back-up squad members Damien Kelly and Nick Lavelle were on the scoresheet.

Chris Birchall got some game-time for GHA but they went down 49-22 to Watsonians while Mark McMillan's Stiling County went down 31-30 at Hawick.

Former Glasgow skipper Andy Nicol got his first win as Currie coach as they saw off Melrose 20-3. Former Glasgow hooker Gav Scott made his debut for Currie. Glasgow Hawks had a great win at champions Boroughmuir with a number of the Glasgow back-up squad helping the Hawks to a 28-19 win.

A few former Glasgow players had a succesful start to the season with their new clubs. Bristol player-coach Dave Hilton helped his new teammates to a 34-7 victory over Penzance and Tommy Hayes produced a man of the match performance for Worcester as he kicked four penalties and two conversions in the Warriors 26-20 victory over Otley. Another former Glasgow man, Ben Daly, was the hero for Worcester going over for the winning try in the dying minutes of the game.

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