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February 19, 2004

Calvin Howarth returns for Glasgow

Posted by Editor on February 19, 2004 09:12 AM | 4 comments | Print | E-mail author

Calvin Howarth returns after a shoulder injury
Glasgow's Calvin Howarth returns at stand-off for tomorrow nights game with Ulster, the Celtic Cup holders and current leaders of the Celtic League.

A shoulder injury has kept him out of Glasgow's last two matches.

Calvin replaces Colin Gregor, although the Watsonians' stand-off is among the replacements.

Andy Kelly will again be at loose-head prop following his late call into the team last week after Lee Harrison damaged a hamstring in the warm-up. Euan Murray stays on the tight head.

Joe Beardshaw is at lock because Andy Hall received his third yellow card of the season in the Cardiff match and will serve an automatic one-match suspension.

Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm.

Glasgow

15 Glenn Metcalfe
14 Rory Kerr
13 Graeme Morrison
12 Alan Bulloch
11 Sean Lamont
10 Calvin Howarth
9 Graeme Beveridge

1 Euan Murray
2 Scott Lawson
3 Andrew Kelly
4 Joe Beardshaw
5 Nathan Ross
6 Paul Dearlove
7 Donnie Macfadyen
8 Jon Petrie (captain)

Substitutes:
16 Simon Gunn
17 Lee Harrison
18 Roland Reid
19 Andrew Wilson
20 Sam Pinder
21 Colin Gregor
22 David Millard

Comments
Posted by Kim on February 19, 2004 03:19 PM | Reply to this comment

Wooohoooooooooooooo!!!

Posted by Phall on February 19, 2004 05:58 PM | Reply to this comment

Still no room for Sinclair! Are they mad?

Posted by jinx on February 19, 2004 07:10 PM | Reply to this comment

C'mon, Hobbs! Wan fur the wean!

Posted by Rugbyfollower on February 20, 2004 09:26 PM | Reply to this comment

Way to go Hobbz, we said you could do it.Keep it up man

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