Gordon Bulloch'S Century For Glasgow

Gordon Bulloch will make his 100th appearance for Glasgow when he leads the team in the Heineken Cup match against Bourgoin at Hughenden tomorrow.Another of Glasgow's "centurions," Tommy Hayes, returns at stand-off after a leg injury forced him miss the 35-21 defeat in Bourgoin just four days ago. Hayes for Calvin Howarth is the only change in the team who started in Sunday's match at Stade Pierre Rajon. Howarth is among the replacements.It is the first time this season that only one of them has started when both Hayes and Howarth have been available. In nine previous matches Hayes has been at outside centre and Howarth at stand-off. Only once this season has Hayes been at outside half, and that was when Howarth was unavailable because of injury for the Heineken match at Llanelli two months ago"We"re looking for a bit of spark," Kiwi Searancke, Glasgow's coach, commented about the return of Hayes to stand-off. "But there's not a lot in it."Glasgow go into tomorrow's match with a belief that they can keep themselves in the Heineken hunt by beating Bourgoin. 'the guys are excited," the coach explained, "partly because they finished so well in Bourgoin. But also there's been confidence building in the past month.'tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Stuart Moffat14 Jon Steel13 Glenn Metcalfe12 Andrew Henderson11 Roland Reid10 Tommy Hayes9 Graeme Beveridge1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch (captain)3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Gordon Simpson7 Andrew Wilson8 Jon PetrieSubstitutes:16 Ben Daly17 Cameron Blades or Andrew Kelly18 Rory McKay19 Donnie Macfadyen20 Chris Black21 Calvin Howarth22 Michael BartlettGordon Bulloch will make his 100th appearance for Glasgow when he leads the team in the Heineken Cup match against Bourgoin at Hughenden tomorrow.Another of Glasgow's "centurions," Tommy Hayes, returns at stand-off after a leg injury forced him miss the 35-21 defeat in Bourgoin just four days ago. Hayes for Calvin Howarth is the only change in the team who started in Sunday's match at Stade Pierre Rajon. Howarth is among the replacements.It is the first time this season that only one of them has started when both Hayes and Howarth have been available. In nine previous matches Hayes has been at outside centre and Howarth at stand-off. Only once this season has Hayes been at outside half, and that was when Howarth was unavailable because of injury for the Heineken match at Llanelli two months ago"We"re looking for a bit of spark," Kiwi Searancke, Glasgow's coach, commented about the return of Hayes to stand-off. "But there's not a lot in it."Glasgow go into tomorrow's match with a belief that they can keep themselves in the Heineken hunt by beating Bourgoin. 'the guys are excited," the coach explained, "partly because they finished so well in Bourgoin. But also there's been confidence building in the past month.'tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Stuart Moffat14 Jon Steel13 Glenn Metcalfe12 Andrew Henderson11 Roland Reid10 Tommy Hayes9 Graeme Beveridge1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch (captain)3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Gordon Simpson7 Andrew Wilson8 Jon PetrieSubstitutes:16 Ben Daly17 Cameron Blades or Andrew Kelly18 Rory McKay19 Donnie Macfadyen20 Chris Black21 Calvin Howarth22 Michael Bartlett