Glasgow'S Home Semi-Final_Against Ulster

Glasgow have been drawn at home against Ulster in the Celtic Cup semi-final round, but Edinburgh have an away game against Connacht. Both semi-final ties will be played on the weekend of 14-15 November.Glasgow qualified for the last four by beating Celtic League champions Munster 18-14 at Hughenden on Friday night, and Edinburgh followed them through with victory over Cardiff Blues at Meadowbank this evening. The semi-final draw was made at Meadowbank after Edinburgh's 33-16 win.It is the second time in three years that Glasgow have been the last four of a Celtic competition. They were beaten by Leinster in the Lansdowne Road semi-final two years ago. But it is the first time Edinburgh will have played in a Celtic semi-final.Each of the Scottish teams have already lost Celtic League games against their semi-final opponents this season. Edinburgh went down to Connacht 3-11 in Galway on the opening weekend of the league programme whereas Glasgow fell to Ulster by 6-33 at Ravenhill a week later.Ulster qualified for the quarter-finals even though they only drew with Leinster 23-all after extra time at Ravenhill on Friday night. The home team went through on a 3-2 try-count whereas Connacht sprung a surprise with a 14-12 victory away against Llanelli, the Celtic League leaders.Specific dates for the two semi-finals have yet to be arranged with Celtic Rugby's broadcast partners.Glasgow have been drawn at home against Ulster in the Celtic Cup semi-final round, but Edinburgh have an away game against Connacht. Both semi-final ties will be played on the weekend of 14-15 November.Glasgow qualified for the last four by beating Celtic League champions Munster 18-14 at Hughenden on Friday night, and Edinburgh followed them through with victory over Cardiff Blues at Meadowbank this evening. The semi-final draw was made at Meadowbank after Edinburgh's 33-16 win.It is the second time in three years that Glasgow have been the last four of a Celtic competition. They were beaten by Leinster in the Lansdowne Road semi-final two years ago. But it is the first time Edinburgh will have played in a Celtic semi-final.Each of the Scottish teams have already lost Celtic League games against their semi-final opponents this season. Edinburgh went down to Connacht 3-11 in Galway on the opening weekend of the league programme whereas Glasgow fell to Ulster by 6-33 at Ravenhill a week later.Ulster qualified for the quarter-finals even though they only drew with Leinster 23-all after extra time at Ravenhill on Friday night. The home team went through on a 3-2 try-count whereas Connacht sprung a surprise with a 14-12 victory away against Llanelli, the Celtic League leaders.Specific dates for the two semi-finals have yet to be arranged with Celtic Rugby's broadcast partners.