Jason White Out For Three Weeks

Glasgow will be without Jason White for vital matches in the next three weeks. It has been confirmed that the lock forward was concussed during the first half of Scotland's Murrayfield match against Fiji on Sunday.Consequently, because of the mandatory three weeks" rest from rugby, he will miss Glasgow's Celtic League quarter-final against Ulster at Hughenden on Saturday as well as the two Heineken Cup matches against Bourgoin next month.White's absence severely restricts Glasgow's options at lock forward following on Steve Griffiths's enforced retirement from rugby because of injury. Glasgow are now left with only two recognised locks, Nathan Ross and Andy Hall.It is a hefty blow for Glasgow to lose a player such as White for three important matches. Not only is he a key forward but he has also led Glasgow in five of their 10 competitive matches so far this season.David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, said today: "Of course, it's a blow to lose such an influential player as Jason. But we have to accept that a concussed player has to take at least three weeks" rest.'tickets for Saturday's match are selling well. The stand is now sold out, and fewer than 2000 ground tickets are left. So the message from David Jordan is: "Get your tickets now or you may miss out on the biggest game Glasgow have ever played."Ground-ticket prices are ?17 for adults, ?7 for concessions. Family tickets also are available at ?35.Glasgow will be without Jason White for vital matches in the next three weeks. It has been confirmed that the lock forward was concussed during the first half of Scotland's Murrayfield match against Fiji on Sunday.Consequently, because of the mandatory three weeks" rest from rugby, he will miss Glasgow's Celtic League quarter-final against Ulster at Hughenden on Saturday as well as the two Heineken Cup matches against Bourgoin next month.White's absence severely restricts Glasgow's options at lock forward following on Steve Griffiths's enforced retirement from rugby because of injury. Glasgow are now left with only two recognised locks, Nathan Ross and Andy Hall.It is a hefty blow for Glasgow to lose a player such as White for three important matches. Not only is he a key forward but he has also led Glasgow in five of their 10 competitive matches so far this season.David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, said today: "Of course, it's a blow to lose such an influential player as Jason. But we have to accept that a concussed player has to take at least three weeks" rest.'tickets for Saturday's match are selling well. The stand is now sold out, and fewer than 2000 ground tickets are left. So the message from David Jordan is: "Get your tickets now or you may miss out on the biggest game Glasgow have ever played."Ground-ticket prices are ?17 for adults, ?7 for concessions. Family tickets also are available at ?35.