Henderson And Daly Return For Glasgow

Two of Glasgow's recent casualties, Andrew Henderson and Ben Daly, return to action tomorrow afternoon. Both players have been included in the professional team's back-up XV for the match against Scotland Under-21 at Hughenden (2.00pm).Henderson has been out of rugby since his head knock in the Heineken Cup match against Sale Sharks at Heywood Road three weeks ago. Daly's last game was as a replacement against Edinburgh at Hughenden on Boxing Day, an appearance that was cut short by a knee-ligament injury.Eight club players, all forwards, have been called on for tomorrow's match, and four of them, Paul Burke, Justin Reid, Stuart Male, and Gavin Mories, will be seeking to impress the national under-21 selectors as well as the professional team's coaches. Male, the Glasgow Hawks lock forward, played for Scotland as a replacement in the under-21 internationals against France and Wales last season, and he is still eligible in that age group. So are Burke, Ayr's open-side flanker, Mories, Male's Old Anniesland colleague, and Reid, the Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians lock.Four of the eight club forwards are in the starting pack tomorrow. Burke and his Ayr colleague, Damien Kelly, bracket Gordon Simpson in the Glasgow back row. Reid is in the second row beside Nathan Ross, and Gordon Macfadyen, the Glasgow Hawks prop, has been enlisted as loose head.Stephen MacKinnon, the GHA hooker, and Colin Eadie, the Stirling County flanker, are among the reserves along with the Hawks" pair, Mories and Male. Glasgow's back-up XV:15 Rory Kerr14 Michael Bartlett13 Alan Bulloch12 Andrew Henderson11 Roland Reid10 Barry Irving9 Kenny Sinclair1 Gordon Macfadyen (Glasgow Hawks)2 Ben Daly3 Andrew Kelly4 Justin Reid (Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians)5 Nathan Ross6 Damien Kelly (Ayr)7 Paul Burke (Ayr)8 Gordon SimpsonReserves:Stephen MacKinnon (Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians)Cameron BladesGavin Mories (Glasgow Hawks)Andrew WilsonStuart Male (Glasgow Hawks)Colin Eadie (Stirling County)Chris BlackTommy HayesIan McInroyCalvin HowarthScotland Under-21:15 Alistair Warnock (Boroughmuir and Scottish Institute of Sport)14 Andrew Turnbull (Watsonians)13 Graeme Morrison (Glasgow Hawks)12 Tom Philip (Edinburgh Rugby and Scottish Institute of Sport)11 Colin Shaw (Glasgow Hawks)10 Philip Godman (Newcastle Falcons and Scottish Institute of Sport)9 Chris Cusiter (Boroughmuir and Scottish Institute of Sport)1 Alasdair Dickinson (Dundee HSFP and Scottish Institute of Sport)2 Fergus Thomson (West of Scotland and Scottish Institute of Sport)3 John Malakoty (Glasgow Hawks)4 Alasdair Strokosch (Boroughmuir and Scottish Institute of Sport)5 Mark Rennie (Newcastle Falcons)6 Steve Swindall (Glasgow Hawks)7 Allister Hogg (Edinburgh Rugby and Scottish Institute of Sport) captain8 David Callam (Hawick and Scottish Institute of Sport)Replacements:16 James Henry (Leicester Tigers)17 Geoff Cross (Heriot's FP)18 Kelly Brown (Melrose and Scottish Institute of Sport)19 Andrew Miller (Gala)20 Mark McMillan (Stirling County and Scottish Institute of Sport)21 Jonathan Rimmer (Pontypridd)22 Ian Berthinussen (Gala)Two of Glasgow's recent casualties, Andrew Henderson and Ben Daly, return to action tomorrow afternoon. Both players have been included in the professional team's back-up XV for the match against Scotland Under-21 at Hughenden (2.00pm).Henderson has been out of rugby since his head knock in the Heineken Cup match against Sale Sharks at Heywood Road three weeks ago. Daly's last game was as a replacement against Edinburgh at Hughenden on Boxing Day, an appearance that was cut short by a knee-ligament injury.Eight club players, all forwards, have been called on for tomorrow's match, and four of them, Paul Burke, Justin Reid, Stuart Male, and Gavin Mories, will be seeking to impress the national under-21 selectors as well as the professional team's coaches. Male, the Glasgow Hawks lock forward, played for Scotland as a replacement in the under-21 internationals against France and Wales last season, and he is still eligible in that age group. So are Burke, Ayr's open-side flanker, Mories, Male's Old Anniesland colleague, and Reid, the Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians lock.Four of the eight club forwards are in the starting pack tomorrow. Burke and his Ayr colleague, Damien Kelly, bracket Gordon Simpson in the Glasgow back row. Reid is in the second row beside Nathan Ross, and Gordon Macfadyen, the Glasgow Hawks prop, has been enlisted as loose head.Stephen MacKinnon, the GHA hooker, and Colin Eadie, the Stirling County flanker, are among the reserves along with the Hawks" pair, Mories and Male. Glasgow's back-up XV:15 Rory Kerr14 Michael Bartlett13 Alan Bulloch12 Andrew Henderson11 Roland Reid10 Barry Irving9 Kenny Sinclair1 Gordon Macfadyen (Glasgow Hawks)2 Ben Daly3 Andrew Kelly4 Justin Reid (Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians)5 Nathan Ross6 Damien Kelly (Ayr)7 Paul Burke (Ayr)8 Gordon SimpsonReserves:Stephen MacKinnon (Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians)Cameron BladesGavin Mories (Glasgow Hawks)Andrew WilsonStuart Male (Glasgow Hawks)Colin Eadie (Stirling County)Chris BlackTommy HayesIan McInroyCalvin HowarthScotland Under-21:15 Alistair Warnock (Boroughmuir and Scottish Institute of Sport)14 Andrew Turnbull (Watsonians)13 Graeme Morrison (Glasgow Hawks)12 Tom Philip (Edinburgh Rugby and Scottish Institute of Sport)11 Colin Shaw (Glasgow Hawks)10 Philip Godman (Newcastle Falcons and Scottish Institute of Sport)9 Chris Cusiter (Boroughmuir and Scottish Institute of Sport)1 Alasdair Dickinson (Dundee HSFP and Scottish Institute of Sport)2 Fergus Thomson (West of Scotland and Scottish Institute of Sport)3 John Malakoty (Glasgow Hawks)4 Alasdair Strokosch (Boroughmuir and Scottish Institute of Sport)5 Mark Rennie (Newcastle Falcons)6 Steve Swindall (Glasgow Hawks)7 Allister Hogg (Edinburgh Rugby and Scottish Institute of Sport) captain8 David Callam (Hawick and Scottish Institute of Sport)Replacements:16 James Henry (Leicester Tigers)17 Geoff Cross (Heriot's FP)18 Kelly Brown (Melrose and Scottish Institute of Sport)19 Andrew Miller (Gala)20 Mark McMillan (Stirling County and Scottish Institute of Sport)21 Jonathan Rimmer (Pontypridd)22 Ian Berthinussen (Gala)