Glasgow Drawn Away In Celtic League Semi-Final

Neither Glasgow nor Edinburgh will have a home tie in the Celtic League semi-finals even if they win their quarter-finals. Each of the Scottish teams came out second when the draw for home advantage was made in Dublin last night.If Glasgow win their Hughenden quarter-final against Ulster on Saturday 30 November they will then have to travel to Ireland's west coast for a match against either Munster or Connacht on the weekend of 3-4 January. The venue options are respectively Thomond Park, Limerick, or Galway Sportsground.Edinburgh play Cardiff in their quarter-final at Meadowbank, also on the last Saturday of the month, and if they win that game they will have to take on more Welsh opposition, either Pontypridd at Sardis Road or Neath at the Gnoll.Tickets for Glasgow's quarter-final are already on sale to season-ticket holders. The public sale of tickets will start on Monday 18 November.Neither Glasgow nor Edinburgh will have a home tie in the Celtic League semi-finals even if they win their quarter-finals. Each of the Scottish teams came out second when the draw for home advantage was made in Dublin last night.If Glasgow win their Hughenden quarter-final against Ulster on Saturday 30 November they will then have to travel to Ireland's west coast for a match against either Munster or Connacht on the weekend of 3-4 January. The venue options are respectively Thomond Park, Limerick, or Galway Sportsground.Edinburgh play Cardiff in their quarter-final at Meadowbank, also on the last Saturday of the month, and if they win that game they will have to take on more Welsh opposition, either Pontypridd at Sardis Road or Neath at the Gnoll.Tickets for Glasgow's quarter-final are already on sale to season-ticket holders. The public sale of tickets will start on Monday 18 November.