Glasgow To Visit Galway

Glasgow's Celtic League quarter-final will be against Connacht. It will be played at the Galway Sportsground on the weekend of 1-2 December.Glasgow qualified for the last eight by beating Llanelli 15-9 at Hughenden on Friday evening, but they had to wait until this afternoon before they knew if their opponents would be Neath or Connacht. The Irish province needed to beat Caerphilly at Galway by 42 clear points to qualify for a home quarter-final, and they made certain with victory by 62-0, jumping into second place in Pool B ahead of Neath on points-difference.Connacht thus joined the three other Irish provinces in claiming home quarter-finals. Munster won Pool B whereas Leinster and Ulster were first and second respectively in Pool A, ahead of Glasgow and Llanelli."We"ll be in touch with Connacht as soon as possible to find out what date they are considering for the quarter-final," David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, said today after he had heard the result of the Galway match. "Once the date is known, we hope as many supporters as possible will make arrangements to travel to Galway."Quarter-final ties:Leinster v NewportUlster v NeathMunster v LlanelliConnacht v GlasgowGlasgow's Celtic League quarter-final will be against Connacht. It will be played at the Galway Sportsground on the weekend of 1-2 December.Glasgow qualified for the last eight by beating Llanelli 15-9 at Hughenden on Friday evening, but they had to wait until this afternoon before they knew if their opponents would be Neath or Connacht. The Irish province needed to beat Caerphilly at Galway by 42 clear points to qualify for a home quarter-final, and they made certain with victory by 62-0, jumping into second place in Pool B ahead of Neath on points-difference.Connacht thus joined the three other Irish provinces in claiming home quarter-finals. Munster won Pool B whereas Leinster and Ulster were first and second respectively in Pool A, ahead of Glasgow and Llanelli."We"ll be in touch with Connacht as soon as possible to find out what date they are considering for the quarter-final," David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, said today after he had heard the result of the Galway match. "Once the date is known, we hope as many supporters as possible will make arrangements to travel to Galway."Quarter-final ties:Leinster v NewportUlster v NeathMunster v LlanelliConnacht v Glasgow