Tommy Hayes Has To Wait For 100Th Glasgow Game

A leg injury will keep Tommy Hayes out of Glasgow Rugby's Welsh/Scottish League match against Bridgend at Hughenden tomorrow evening. The stand-off has a bruised thigh.Tomorrow's game should have been his 100th for Glasgow. However, he is hopeful of having recovered in time to reach that milestone when Glasgow visit Neath on Saturday.Graeme Kiddie takes over from Hayes at outside half, one of four changes in the starting line-up from the game that Glasgow lost to Edinburgh 11 days ago. Gordon Bulloch, who scored Scotland's two tries in the victory against Wales at Cardiff on Saturday, returns as hooker, replacing Dougie Hall. The hooker's younger brother, Alan, resumes at outside centre in place of Jon Stuart, and Steve Griffiths takes over from Andy Hall at lock.Three of Gordon Bulloch's colleagues in the Cardiff win also are in Glasgow's XV - Jason White, Jon Petrie, and Glenn Metcalfe. However, another the victorious Scots, James McLaren, misses tomorrow's match because of a back injury in that international.Cameron Blades, Glasgow's Australian international prop, is among the replacements for tomorrow, as is Calvin Howarth, the stand-off who has joined Glasgow on loan from Edinburgh. Blades returns to duty after six months" absence because of a shoulder operation, and it will be Howarth's debut in the squad. Kenny Sinclair, Glasgow Hawks" scrum half, also is on the bench as Andy Nicol and Chris Black are unavailable because of injuries.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Jon Steel13 Alan Bulloch12 Andrew Henderson11 Michael Bartlett10 Graeme Kiddie9 Graeme Beveridge1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch (captain)3 Lee Harrison4 Steve Griffiths5 Jason White6 Gordon Simpson7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Jon PetrieReplacements16 Dougie Hall17 Cameron Blades18 Andrew Hall19 Gareth Flockhart20 Kenny Sinclair21 Jon Stuart22 Calvin HowarthA leg injury will keep Tommy Hayes out of Glasgow Rugby's Welsh/Scottish League match against Bridgend at Hughenden tomorrow evening. The stand-off has a bruised thigh.Tomorrow's game should have been his 100th for Glasgow. However, he is hopeful of having recovered in time to reach that milestone when Glasgow visit Neath on Saturday.Graeme Kiddie takes over from Hayes at outside half, one of four changes in the starting line-up from the game that Glasgow lost to Edinburgh 11 days ago. Gordon Bulloch, who scored Scotland's two tries in the victory against Wales at Cardiff on Saturday, returns as hooker, replacing Dougie Hall. The hooker's younger brother, Alan, resumes at outside centre in place of Jon Stuart, and Steve Griffiths takes over from Andy Hall at lock.Three of Gordon Bulloch's colleagues in the Cardiff win also are in Glasgow's XV - Jason White, Jon Petrie, and Glenn Metcalfe. However, another the victorious Scots, James McLaren, misses tomorrow's match because of a back injury in that international.Cameron Blades, Glasgow's Australian international prop, is among the replacements for tomorrow, as is Calvin Howarth, the stand-off who has joined Glasgow on loan from Edinburgh. Blades returns to duty after six months" absence because of a shoulder operation, and it will be Howarth's debut in the squad. Kenny Sinclair, Glasgow Hawks" scrum half, also is on the bench as Andy Nicol and Chris Black are unavailable because of injuries.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Jon Steel13 Alan Bulloch12 Andrew Henderson11 Michael Bartlett10 Graeme Kiddie9 Graeme Beveridge1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch (captain)3 Lee Harrison4 Steve Griffiths5 Jason White6 Gordon Simpson7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Jon PetrieReplacements16 Dougie Hall17 Cameron Blades18 Andrew Hall19 Gareth Flockhart20 Kenny Sinclair21 Jon Stuart22 Calvin Howarth