David Millard Recalled For Bridgend Match

David Millard, the former Aberdeen Grammar wing, has been recalled by Glasgow for the Celtic League match against Celtic Warriors tomorrow evening at Brewery Field, Bridgend. Accommodating Millard on the right wing, Rory Kerr, Glasgow's Scotland wing, switches to full back, though he is no stranger to the No.15 jersey. His most recent start in that role was in the 23-13 victory over Cardiff Blues at Hughenden on the opening day of the league programme in September. It will be only Millard's second start since he joined Glasgow during the summer. "It's time we gave David a run," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented on that selection. Millard's one other appearance in the starting XV was in the 18-14 victory against Munster in the Celtic Cup quarter-final last month. Gareth Maclure, Calvin Howarth, and Andrew Wilson also are back in Glasgow's starting line-up. All three, though, played as replacements in the Hughenden defeat by Leinster Lions last week. Glasgow have a much-altered back division, though with just three changes in personnel. Only Alan Bulloch and Sam Pinder remain where they started against Leinster. With Millard's recall, Sean Lamont switches from right to left wing, and Kerr moves to full back in place of Stuart Moffat. Maclure replaces Graeme Morrison at outside centre, and Howarth takes over from Daniel Parks at stand-off. Moffat and Morrison have been rested whereas Parks is on the replacements" bench. Wilson's return is the only change in the pack. He takes over as blind-side flanker from Roland Reid, who has a hamstring injury. Matt Proudfoot, Glasgow's Scotland prop, and Simon Gunn are still unavailable, also because of leg injuries. So Euan Murray and Scott Lawson remain at respectively loose head and hooker. Fergus Thomson, Glasgow Hawks" hooker, has again been enlisted for bench duty, as he was last week. Chris Birchall, Glasgow's summer recruit from Halifax Rugby League Club, will travel as the back-up prop, making his first appearance in the squad for a Celtic tournament match. Over the past two months he has been playing Premier One rugby for Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians. Glasgow return to Brewery Field seeking their second victory there this season. They beat Celtic Warriors at the Bridgend ground by 19-9 in the Celtic Cup first-round tie in September. Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.15pm. Glasgow's XV: 15 Rory Kerr14 David Millard13 Gareth Maclure12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Sam Pinder 1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Andrew Wilson8 Paul Dearlove (captain)7 Donnie Macfadyen Replacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Chris Birchall18 Joe Beardshaw19 Rory McKay20 Mark McMillan21 Daniel Parks22 Jon SteelDavid Millard, the former Aberdeen Grammar wing, has been recalled by Glasgow for the Celtic League match against Celtic Warriors tomorrow evening at Brewery Field, Bridgend. Accommodating Millard on the right wing, Rory Kerr, Glasgow's Scotland wing, switches to full back, though he is no stranger to the No.15 jersey. His most recent start in that role was in the 23-13 victory over Cardiff Blues at Hughenden on the opening day of the league programme in September. It will be only Millard's second start since he joined Glasgow during the summer. "It's time we gave David a run," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented on that selection. Millard's one other appearance in the starting XV was in the 18-14 victory against Munster in the Celtic Cup quarter-final last month. Gareth Maclure, Calvin Howarth, and Andrew Wilson also are back in Glasgow's starting line-up. All three, though, played as replacements in the Hughenden defeat by Leinster Lions last week. Glasgow have a much-altered back division, though with just three changes in personnel. Only Alan Bulloch and Sam Pinder remain where they started against Leinster. With Millard's recall, Sean Lamont switches from right to left wing, and Kerr moves to full back in place of Stuart Moffat. Maclure replaces Graeme Morrison at outside centre, and Howarth takes over from Daniel Parks at stand-off. Moffat and Morrison have been rested whereas Parks is on the replacements" bench. Wilson's return is the only change in the pack. He takes over as blind-side flanker from Roland Reid, who has a hamstring injury. Matt Proudfoot, Glasgow's Scotland prop, and Simon Gunn are still unavailable, also because of leg injuries. So Euan Murray and Scott Lawson remain at respectively loose head and hooker. Fergus Thomson, Glasgow Hawks" hooker, has again been enlisted for bench duty, as he was last week. Chris Birchall, Glasgow's summer recruit from Halifax Rugby League Club, will travel as the back-up prop, making his first appearance in the squad for a Celtic tournament match. Over the past two months he has been playing Premier One rugby for Glasgow Hutchesons" Aloysians. Glasgow return to Brewery Field seeking their second victory there this season. They beat Celtic Warriors at the Bridgend ground by 19-9 in the Celtic Cup first-round tie in September. Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.15pm. Glasgow's XV: 15 Rory Kerr14 David Millard13 Gareth Maclure12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Sam Pinder 1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Andrew Wilson8 Paul Dearlove (captain)7 Donnie Macfadyen Replacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Chris Birchall18 Joe Beardshaw19 Rory McKay20 Mark McMillan21 Daniel Parks22 Jon Steel