Morrison And Macfadyen Return For Glasgow

Graeme Morrison and Donnie Macfadyen return to the Glasgow team for the Celtic League match against Connacht at Hughenden on Friday evening. They are the only changes in personnel from the XV who started the Celtic Cup first-round match in which Glasgow beat Celtic Warriors by 19-9 at Bridgend last Friday.Mark McMillan, the 20-year-old scrum half, is among those remaining in the team even though he was promoted for his competition debut only on the morning of the Bridgend match. "He played well enough that he thoroughly deserved another game," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented in explaining why McMillan had been preferred to Kenny Sinclair, who had to drop out of the team because he had not recovered from a head knock.Morrison, who, like McMillan, played for Scotland in the Under-21 World Cup in June, resumes at outside centre, with Gareth Maclure switching to the right wing in place of Jon Steel, whereas Macfadyen takes on his accustomed role as open-side wing forward, replacing Andrew Wilson. Both Morrison and Macfadyen missed last Friday's game because of flu, the centre dropping out only the night before the match.Two Scotland internationals, Rory Kerr and Matthew Proudfoot, could not be considered for Friday. Nor could Sam Pinder and Joe Naufahu. Kerr is recovering from a shoulder knock, Proudfoot and Naufahu have knee injuries, and Pinder had a finger operation two weeks ago. Friday's Hughenden match will kick off at 7.30. Teams:GLASGOW15 Stuart Moffat14 Gareth Maclure13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Mark McMillan1 Andrew Kelly2 Simon Gunn3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Joe Beardshaw6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Roland Reid7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Nathan Ross19 Paul Dearlove20 Kenny Sinclair21 Daniel Parks22 Jon SteelCONNACHT 15 Mark McHugh14 Conor McPhillips13 Darren Yapp12 Tim Allnutt (captain)11 Wayne Munn10 A N Other9 Mike Walls1 Ray Hogan2 Bernard Jackman3 Fabian Boiroux4 Damian Browne5 Andrew Farley6 Michael Swift7 Paul Neville8 John O?Sullivan Substitutes:16 John Fogarty17 A N Other18 Mike McCarthy19 Tom Carter20 Chris Keane21 Shane Moore22 Matt MostynGraeme Morrison and Donnie Macfadyen return to the Glasgow team for the Celtic League match against Connacht at Hughenden on Friday evening. They are the only changes in personnel from the XV who started the Celtic Cup first-round match in which Glasgow beat Celtic Warriors by 19-9 at Bridgend last Friday.Mark McMillan, the 20-year-old scrum half, is among those remaining in the team even though he was promoted for his competition debut only on the morning of the Bridgend match. "He played well enough that he thoroughly deserved another game," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented in explaining why McMillan had been preferred to Kenny Sinclair, who had to drop out of the team because he had not recovered from a head knock.Morrison, who, like McMillan, played for Scotland in the Under-21 World Cup in June, resumes at outside centre, with Gareth Maclure switching to the right wing in place of Jon Steel, whereas Macfadyen takes on his accustomed role as open-side wing forward, replacing Andrew Wilson. Both Morrison and Macfadyen missed last Friday's game because of flu, the centre dropping out only the night before the match.Two Scotland internationals, Rory Kerr and Matthew Proudfoot, could not be considered for Friday. Nor could Sam Pinder and Joe Naufahu. Kerr is recovering from a shoulder knock, Proudfoot and Naufahu have knee injuries, and Pinder had a finger operation two weeks ago. Friday's Hughenden match will kick off at 7.30. Teams:GLASGOW15 Stuart Moffat14 Gareth Maclure13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Mark McMillan1 Andrew Kelly2 Simon Gunn3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Joe Beardshaw6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Roland Reid7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Nathan Ross19 Paul Dearlove20 Kenny Sinclair21 Daniel Parks22 Jon SteelCONNACHT 15 Mark McHugh14 Conor McPhillips13 Darren Yapp12 Tim Allnutt (captain)11 Wayne Munn10 A N Other9 Mike Walls1 Ray Hogan2 Bernard Jackman3 Fabian Boiroux4 Damian Browne5 Andrew Farley6 Michael Swift7 Paul Neville8 John O?Sullivan Substitutes:16 John Fogarty17 A N Other18 Mike McCarthy19 Tom Carter20 Chris Keane21 Shane Moore22 Matt Mostyn