Guy Perrett'S Two Tries

Two Glasgow players, Alan Bulloch and Guy Perrett, continued their comebacks after injuries by paying on opposite sides this evening in the match that celebrated the official opening of Cartha Queen's Park RFC's modernised clubhouse and upgraded pitches.Bulloch started at centre for CQP before moving to stand-off whereas lock forward Perrett scored the first and second of the Co-optimists" seven tries in their 45-17 victory. Both players missed the opening weeks of the season, but they returned to rugby together on Monday in the Glasgow-Edinburgh combined XV's 47-0 win against Newcastle Falcons" A team at Dalziel.One of their fellow professional players, James Craig, scored the second of Cartha's three tries tonight. Three more of their colleagues, Chris Black, Graeme Kiddie, and Colin Stewart, were with Perrett in the Co-optimists" team.Cartha ran the Co-optimists close for much of the game. John McCrossan's breakaway try had given the home team an early lead, and Cartha were still 7-5 up at half-time and only 17-24 down after more than an hour. In the last 10 minutes, however, the Co-optimists" drew away with three more tries, including Marc Teague's second and third.Two Glasgow players, Alan Bulloch and Guy Perrett, continued their comebacks after injuries by paying on opposite sides this evening in the match that celebrated the official opening of Cartha Queen's Park RFC's modernised clubhouse and upgraded pitches.Bulloch started at centre for CQP before moving to stand-off whereas lock forward Perrett scored the first and second of the Co-optimists" seven tries in their 45-17 victory. Both players missed the opening weeks of the season, but they returned to rugby together on Monday in the Glasgow-Edinburgh combined XV's 47-0 win against Newcastle Falcons" A team at Dalziel.One of their fellow professional players, James Craig, scored the second of Cartha's three tries tonight. Three more of their colleagues, Chris Black, Graeme Kiddie, and Colin Stewart, were with Perrett in the Co-optimists" team.Cartha ran the Co-optimists close for much of the game. John McCrossan's breakaway try had given the home team an early lead, and Cartha were still 7-5 up at half-time and only 17-24 down after more than an hour. In the last 10 minutes, however, the Co-optimists" drew away with three more tries, including Marc Teague's second and third.