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October 05, 2005

Glasgow announce Heineken Cup squad

Posted by Editor on October 5, 2005 04:56 PM | 2 comments | Print | E-mail author

Eric Milligan of Hawks is in Glasgow's Heineken Cup squad
Glasgow Warriors have announced their squad for this season's Heineken Cup competition.

The squad of 36, featuring three BT Premiership club players props Eric Milligan of Glasgow Hawks and Andrew Kelly of Ayr and scrum half Alasdhair McFarlane of Ayr will face the Warriors' fellow Pool 5 teams Leinster, Bourgoin and Bath.

The Warriors first match in the European competition is on Friday 21 October away to Bourgoin at Stade Pierre Rajon in France.

Stuart Corsar
Eric Milligan (Glasgow Hawks)
Euan Murray*
Lee Harrison
Lloyd Campbell McBride
Andrew Kelly (Ayr)
Ben Prescott
Scott Lawson*
Fergus Thomson*
Kevin Tkachuk

Dan Turner
Craig Hamilton
Gregor Hayter
Tim Barker

Steve Swindall
Donnie Macfadyen
Andrew Wilson
Jon Petrie
John Barclay*
John Beattie*
Paul Dearlove

Graeme Beveridge
Sam Pinder
Alasdhair McFarlane (Ayr)

Colin Gregor*
Calvin Howarth
Dan Parks

Andrew Henderson
Scott Barrow
Graeme Morrison
Andy Craig

Hefin O'Hare
Mike Roberts
Graydon Staniforth
Rory Lamont
Colin Shaw

* - Member of the Scottish Institute of Sport

Posted by ballinj on October 5, 2005 10:35 PM | Reply to this comment

interesting to see that the maclauchlin isn't in the team.

Posted by A True Warrior on October 5, 2005 11:31 PM | Reply to this comment

Or an extra stand-off, when consider Calvins going to be out for a while, if memory servers me correct we were left drasticly short last season when Colin Gregor was away on international 7s duty and for some reason Calvin or Parks were unavailable.

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