Glenn Metcalfe Returns For Glasgow_X0019_S Neath Visit

Glenn Metcalfe is back in the Glasgow team for the Celtic League match against Neath/Swansea Ospreys tomorrow evening at The Gnoll, Neath.It will be only the second game the former international full back has played for Glasgow this season. Initially, he was on World Cup duty with Scotland, and though he retired from international rugby after that tournament his one game for Glasgow on his return from Australia was the league match against Llanelli at Hughenden in late November. Since then he has been recovering from a knee injury.That knee was fully tested when he played for the Glasgow Development XV against the Scotland under-21 team at Murrayfield on Monday evening. He scored one of the seven tries in the 43-0 win, and, more importantly, he came through without alarm. He now returns at full back, replacing Rory Kerr.In all, Glasgow have made five personnel changes from the team who started in the 33-5 win against Saracens in the Parker Pen Challenge Cup match at Hughenden three weeks ago. Alan Bulloch, Sam Pinder, Scott Lawson, and Andrew Wilson, like Metcalfe, return to the team, and Jon Petrie takes over as captain from Cammy Mather, who is on Scotland duty.Bulloch, Lawson, and Wilson replace respectively Andrew Henderson, Gordon Bulloch, and Mather, all of whom will be unavailable for Glasgow throughout the Six Nations Championship. Dan Parks also is required for international duty, but Matt Williams, Scotland's coach, has allowed the stand-off to play against Ospreys, though for only part of the match.Because of that restriction Colin Gregor, Watsonians" stand-off, can expect to make his Glasgow debut. The 22-year-old, a former pupil of Glasgow High School, has been drafted into the Glasgow squad as reserve outside half in Calvin Howarth's absence with a shoulder injury.Two others are unavailable because of injuries - Graeme Beveridge (ankle) and Kerr (knee). Pinder will be at scrum half in place of Beveridge.Tomorrow's match will kick off 7.15pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Gareth Maclure13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Andrew Wilson8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Simon Gunn17 Andrew Kelly18 Joe Beardshaw19 Paul Dearlove20 Kenny Sinclair21 Colin Gregor22 Stuart MoffatGlenn Metcalfe is back in the Glasgow team for the Celtic League match against Neath/Swansea Ospreys tomorrow evening at The Gnoll, Neath.It will be only the second game the former international full back has played for Glasgow this season. Initially, he was on World Cup duty with Scotland, and though he retired from international rugby after that tournament his one game for Glasgow on his return from Australia was the league match against Llanelli at Hughenden in late November. Since then he has been recovering from a knee injury.That knee was fully tested when he played for the Glasgow Development XV against the Scotland under-21 team at Murrayfield on Monday evening. He scored one of the seven tries in the 43-0 win, and, more importantly, he came through without alarm. He now returns at full back, replacing Rory Kerr.In all, Glasgow have made five personnel changes from the team who started in the 33-5 win against Saracens in the Parker Pen Challenge Cup match at Hughenden three weeks ago. Alan Bulloch, Sam Pinder, Scott Lawson, and Andrew Wilson, like Metcalfe, return to the team, and Jon Petrie takes over as captain from Cammy Mather, who is on Scotland duty.Bulloch, Lawson, and Wilson replace respectively Andrew Henderson, Gordon Bulloch, and Mather, all of whom will be unavailable for Glasgow throughout the Six Nations Championship. Dan Parks also is required for international duty, but Matt Williams, Scotland's coach, has allowed the stand-off to play against Ospreys, though for only part of the match.Because of that restriction Colin Gregor, Watsonians" stand-off, can expect to make his Glasgow debut. The 22-year-old, a former pupil of Glasgow High School, has been drafted into the Glasgow squad as reserve outside half in Calvin Howarth's absence with a shoulder injury.Two others are unavailable because of injuries - Graeme Beveridge (ankle) and Kerr (knee). Pinder will be at scrum half in place of Beveridge.Tomorrow's match will kick off 7.15pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Gareth Maclure13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Andrew Wilson8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Simon Gunn17 Andrew Kelly18 Joe Beardshaw19 Paul Dearlove20 Kenny Sinclair21 Colin Gregor22 Stuart Moffat