Colin Gregor'S First Start For Glasgow

Colin Gregor, Watsonians" 22-year-old stand-off, has been called on again by Glasgow, this time to start in the Celtic League match against Cardiff Blues at The Arms Park tomorrow evening.Last week, also on a visit to Wales, he not only made his Glasgow debut as a second-half replacement for Dan Parks against Neath/Swansea Ospreys at The Gnoll. He also scored Glasgow's only try in an 11-33 defeat.Now Glasgow need Gregor to start in the Cardiff game because their full-time squad's two outside halves, Parks and Calvin Howarth, are unavailable. Parks is among Scotland's replacements for the Six Nations" Championship match against Wales on Saturday, and Howarth is recovering from a shoulder injury.In all, Glasgow have made four changes from the team who started the Neath match last week. In addition to Gregor's promotion, Rory Kerr and Graeme Beveridge return after injury, respectively at right wing and scrum half, and Paul Dearlove resumes in the starting XV at blind side, where he finished the Neath match as a replacement. Kerr and Beveridge take over from Stuart Moffat and Sam Pinder whereas Dearlove replaces Andrew Wilson, the only change in the pack.Jon Petrie continues as captain in the absence of his back-row colleague, Cammy Mather, who is in Scotland's starting XV along with two other Glasgow players, Gordon Bulloch and Andrew Henderson.Tomorrow's Cardiff match will kick off at 7.05pm. Glasgow's team:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Rory Kerr13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Colin Gregor9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Paul Dearlove8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Simon Gunn17 Andrew Kelly18 Joe Beardshaw19 Roland Reid20 Sam Pinder21 David Millard22 Stuart MoffatColin Gregor, Watsonians" 22-year-old stand-off, has been called on again by Glasgow, this time to start in the Celtic League match against Cardiff Blues at The Arms Park tomorrow evening.Last week, also on a visit to Wales, he not only made his Glasgow debut as a second-half replacement for Dan Parks against Neath/Swansea Ospreys at The Gnoll. He also scored Glasgow's only try in an 11-33 defeat.Now Glasgow need Gregor to start in the Cardiff game because their full-time squad's two outside halves, Parks and Calvin Howarth, are unavailable. Parks is among Scotland's replacements for the Six Nations" Championship match against Wales on Saturday, and Howarth is recovering from a shoulder injury.In all, Glasgow have made four changes from the team who started the Neath match last week. In addition to Gregor's promotion, Rory Kerr and Graeme Beveridge return after injury, respectively at right wing and scrum half, and Paul Dearlove resumes in the starting XV at blind side, where he finished the Neath match as a replacement. Kerr and Beveridge take over from Stuart Moffat and Sam Pinder whereas Dearlove replaces Andrew Wilson, the only change in the pack.Jon Petrie continues as captain in the absence of his back-row colleague, Cammy Mather, who is in Scotland's starting XV along with two other Glasgow players, Gordon Bulloch and Andrew Henderson.Tomorrow's Cardiff match will kick off at 7.05pm. Glasgow's team:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Rory Kerr13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Colin Gregor9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Paul Dearlove8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenSubstitutes:16 Simon Gunn17 Andrew Kelly18 Joe Beardshaw19 Roland Reid20 Sam Pinder21 David Millard22 Stuart Moffat