Daniel Parks Makes His First Start For Glasgow

Daniel Parks, Glasgow's recent arrival from Australia, will have his first Celtic tournament start at Hughenden tomorrow evening. So will David Millard, who joined Glasgow from Aberdeen Grammar during the summer. Both are in the XV for the Celtic Cup quarter-final against Munster, the Celtic League champions. Parks, however, has played in Glasgow's two previous matches as a replacement. Millard had his first Celtic appearance against Connacht last Friday, also as a substitute, after he had been unavailable for the start of the season because of an ankle injury.In addition, two Scotland caps, Rory Kerr and Matt Proudfoot, return to the starting line-up after injuries. Kerr took a shoulder knock in the Belfast game against Ulster three weeks ago, and Proudfoot has been absent for the same time because a knee injury.No fewer than eight changes, one positional, have been made from the team who started in the league match that Glasgow lost to Connacht by 19-30 at Hughenden last Friday. Four of Glasgow's XV that night are unavailable this week because of injuries - Jon Steel, Graeme Morrison, Mark McMillan, and Andrew Kelly.Kerr and Millard come in on the wings. The Scotland cap is in for Steel on the right, and Millard is on the left, with Gareth Maclure switching to outside centre in place of Morrison. Parks and Kenny Sinclair replace Calvin Howarth and McMillan as half-backs whereas Proudfoot, Nathan Ross, and Paul Dearlove resume in the pack in place of Kelly, Joe Beardshaw, and Roland Reid.Because of injuries to two scrum halves, McMillan and Sam Pinder, as well as Graeme Beveridge's absence on World Cup duty, Glasgow have again enlisted Richard McKnight from Glasgow Hawks for duty among the replacements. McKnight was called up also in the previous round of the cup competition, when Glasgow beat Celtic Warriors by 19-9 at Bridgend two weeks ago.This will be the first time Glasgow and Munster have met in competition. Until now they have avoided each other in both the Heineken Cup and Celtic League, but they make up lost time this season, with two league matches to follow, the first later this month at Musgrave Park, Cork.Tomorrow's kick-off will be at 7.35pm. Teams:GLASGOW15 Stuart Moffat14 Rory Kerr13 Gareth Maclure12 Alan Bulloch11 David Millard10 Daniel Parks9 Kenny Sinclair1 Matt Proudfoot2 Simon Gunn3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Paul Dearlove7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Joe Beardshaw19 Roland Reid20 Richard McKnight21 Calvin Howarth22 Sean LamontMUNSTER15 Dominic Crotty14 Mossie Lawlor13 Mike Mullins12 Jason Jones-Hughes11 Shaun Payne10 Jeremy Staunton9 Eoin Reddan1 Simon Kerr2 Jerry Flannery3 Jody Danaher4 Trevor Hogan5 David Pusey6 Stephen Keogh7 David Wallace8 Jim WilliamsSubstitutes:16 Martin Cahill17 Frank Roche18 Eddie Halvey19 Colm McMahon20 Mike Prendergast21 Killian Keane22 Martin McPhailDaniel Parks, Glasgow's recent arrival from Australia, will have his first Celtic tournament start at Hughenden tomorrow evening. So will David Millard, who joined Glasgow from Aberdeen Grammar during the summer. Both are in the XV for the Celtic Cup quarter-final against Munster, the Celtic League champions. Parks, however, has played in Glasgow's two previous matches as a replacement. Millard had his first Celtic appearance against Connacht last Friday, also as a substitute, after he had been unavailable for the start of the season because of an ankle injury.In addition, two Scotland caps, Rory Kerr and Matt Proudfoot, return to the starting line-up after injuries. Kerr took a shoulder knock in the Belfast game against Ulster three weeks ago, and Proudfoot has been absent for the same time because a knee injury.No fewer than eight changes, one positional, have been made from the team who started in the league match that Glasgow lost to Connacht by 19-30 at Hughenden last Friday. Four of Glasgow's XV that night are unavailable this week because of injuries - Jon Steel, Graeme Morrison, Mark McMillan, and Andrew Kelly.Kerr and Millard come in on the wings. The Scotland cap is in for Steel on the right, and Millard is on the left, with Gareth Maclure switching to outside centre in place of Morrison. Parks and Kenny Sinclair replace Calvin Howarth and McMillan as half-backs whereas Proudfoot, Nathan Ross, and Paul Dearlove resume in the pack in place of Kelly, Joe Beardshaw, and Roland Reid.Because of injuries to two scrum halves, McMillan and Sam Pinder, as well as Graeme Beveridge's absence on World Cup duty, Glasgow have again enlisted Richard McKnight from Glasgow Hawks for duty among the replacements. McKnight was called up also in the previous round of the cup competition, when Glasgow beat Celtic Warriors by 19-9 at Bridgend two weeks ago.This will be the first time Glasgow and Munster have met in competition. Until now they have avoided each other in both the Heineken Cup and Celtic League, but they make up lost time this season, with two league matches to follow, the first later this month at Musgrave Park, Cork.Tomorrow's kick-off will be at 7.35pm. Teams:GLASGOW15 Stuart Moffat14 Rory Kerr13 Gareth Maclure12 Alan Bulloch11 David Millard10 Daniel Parks9 Kenny Sinclair1 Matt Proudfoot2 Simon Gunn3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Paul Dearlove7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Joe Beardshaw19 Roland Reid20 Richard McKnight21 Calvin Howarth22 Sean LamontMUNSTER15 Dominic Crotty14 Mossie Lawlor13 Mike Mullins12 Jason Jones-Hughes11 Shaun Payne10 Jeremy Staunton9 Eoin Reddan1 Simon Kerr2 Jerry Flannery3 Jody Danaher4 Trevor Hogan5 David Pusey6 Stephen Keogh7 David Wallace8 Jim WilliamsSubstitutes:16 Martin Cahill17 Frank Roche18 Eddie Halvey19 Colm McMahon20 Mike Prendergast21 Killian Keane22 Martin McPhail