Donnie Macfadyen Returns For Visit To Cork

Donnie Macfadyen resumes as Glasgow's open-side flanker for the Celtic League match against Munster tomorrow at Musgrave Park, Cork. The international forward missed Glasgow's 26-25 win against The Borders last week because of a shoulder injury.Macfadyen's return is the only change from the 22 who were on duty last week, though four alterations in personnel as well as two positional switches have been made in the starting line-up. Macfadyen replaces Andrew Wilson, Joe Beardshaw takes over from Nathan Ross at lock, Simon Gunn resumes instead of Scott Lawson as hooker, and the threequarter line has been shuffled with Jon Steel's return on the right wing. Rory Kerr switches from right to left wing, and Sean Lamont moves to inside centre in place of Alan Bulloch. It will be Kerr's fiftieth game for Glasgow, a landmark already achieved this season by two lock forwards, Ross and Andy Hall.Munster are Celtic League champions as well as twice Heineken Cup finalists in the past three season, but Glasgow have beaten the Irish province already this month, winning the Celtic Cup quarter-final at Hughenden by 18-14. That was the first time Glasgow and Munster had met in a competition match. Until then they had avoided each other in European and Celtic tournaments, and tomorrow's match will be the first time in the professional area that Glasgow have visited Munster.Tomorrow's kick-off will be at 7.30pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Stuart Moffat14 Jon Steel13 Graeme Morrison12 Sean Lamont11 Rory Kerr10 Daniel Parks9 Kenny Sinclair1 Matt Proudfoot2 Simon Gunn3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Joe Beardshaw6 Roland Reid8 Paul Dearlove (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Nathan Ross19 Rory McKay20 Mark McMillan21 Calvin Howarth22 Alan BullochDonnie Macfadyen resumes as Glasgow's open-side flanker for the Celtic League match against Munster tomorrow at Musgrave Park, Cork. The international forward missed Glasgow's 26-25 win against The Borders last week because of a shoulder injury.Macfadyen's return is the only change from the 22 who were on duty last week, though four alterations in personnel as well as two positional switches have been made in the starting line-up. Macfadyen replaces Andrew Wilson, Joe Beardshaw takes over from Nathan Ross at lock, Simon Gunn resumes instead of Scott Lawson as hooker, and the threequarter line has been shuffled with Jon Steel's return on the right wing. Rory Kerr switches from right to left wing, and Sean Lamont moves to inside centre in place of Alan Bulloch. It will be Kerr's fiftieth game for Glasgow, a landmark already achieved this season by two lock forwards, Ross and Andy Hall.Munster are Celtic League champions as well as twice Heineken Cup finalists in the past three season, but Glasgow have beaten the Irish province already this month, winning the Celtic Cup quarter-final at Hughenden by 18-14. That was the first time Glasgow and Munster had met in a competition match. Until then they had avoided each other in European and Celtic tournaments, and tomorrow's match will be the first time in the professional area that Glasgow have visited Munster.Tomorrow's kick-off will be at 7.30pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Stuart Moffat14 Jon Steel13 Graeme Morrison12 Sean Lamont11 Rory Kerr10 Daniel Parks9 Kenny Sinclair1 Matt Proudfoot2 Simon Gunn3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Joe Beardshaw6 Roland Reid8 Paul Dearlove (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Nathan Ross19 Rory McKay20 Mark McMillan21 Calvin Howarth22 Alan Bulloch