Glasgow Game Top Of Celtic League List

Glasgow's Hughenden match against Leinster on Friday is undoubtedly the top match of next weekend's Celtic League programme. The pair are the only teams with the maximum five points from the first series of matches last weekend.Glasgow picked up a bonus point by scoring five tries in their highly creditable 44-35 victory at Cardiff on Saturday. It was Glasgow's first win in any competitive match at Cardiff. Leinster, the Celtic League trophy holders, set the standard the previous evening by notching five tries in beating Pontypridd 31-18 at Donnybrook on Friday."It will be a big game for us," David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, said today. "It was great to win at Cardiff - an excellent start to the league, especially away from home. But we now have to look ahead to the next step with our first home match."A big crowd is expected at Hughenden on Friday. 'the players are looking for Glasgow rugby folk to turn up in numbers with their typically vocal support," the chief executive added.Glasgow lost to Leinster twice in the Celtic League past season - first in the opening match of the pool stage at Donnybrook, and then in the semi-final at Lansdowne Road. "We need to redress the balance with a Hughenden win," David added.Friday's kick-off will be at 7.30pm. Admission will be ?12 for ground and ?14 for the stand. The equivalents for concessions are respectively ?6 and ?7.Season-tickets will be on sale at Hughenden before the game - ?89 (ground) and ?99 (stand).Glasgow's Hughenden match against Leinster on Friday is undoubtedly the top match of next weekend's Celtic League programme. The pair are the only teams with the maximum five points from the first series of matches last weekend.Glasgow picked up a bonus point by scoring five tries in their highly creditable 44-35 victory at Cardiff on Saturday. It was Glasgow's first win in any competitive match at Cardiff. Leinster, the Celtic League trophy holders, set the standard the previous evening by notching five tries in beating Pontypridd 31-18 at Donnybrook on Friday."It will be a big game for us," David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, said today. "It was great to win at Cardiff - an excellent start to the league, especially away from home. But we now have to look ahead to the next step with our first home match."A big crowd is expected at Hughenden on Friday. 'the players are looking for Glasgow rugby folk to turn up in numbers with their typically vocal support," the chief executive added.Glasgow lost to Leinster twice in the Celtic League past season - first in the opening match of the pool stage at Donnybrook, and then in the semi-final at Lansdowne Road. "We need to redress the balance with a Hughenden win," David added.Friday's kick-off will be at 7.30pm. Admission will be ?12 for ground and ?14 for the stand. The equivalents for concessions are respectively ?6 and ?7.Season-tickets will be on sale at Hughenden before the game - ?89 (ground) and ?99 (stand).