Calvin Howarth Returns For Ulster Match

Calvin Howarth returns at stand-off for Glasgow tomorrow against Ulster, the Celtic Cup holders and current Celtic League leaders. A shoulder injury has kept him out the team for the past two matches, both away from home in Wales against Ospreys and Cardiff.On his return for the league match at Hughenden he replaces Colin Gregor, Watsonians" outside half. However, Glasgow still need Gregor in the match squad as a replacement.Andrew Kelly and Joe Beardshaw remain in the pack though neither was an original selection to start in the Cardiff match last week.Kelly will again be at loose-head prop following his late call into the team last week after Lee Harrison had damaged a hamstring in the warm-up. In that belated change, too, Euan Murray switched to tight head, and the two props stay in those roles for tomorrow's match.Beardshaw, as a second-half substitute against Cardiff, scored the last of Glasgow's three tries in the defeat 29-19. He remains at lock because of Andy Hall's yellow card in that game. It was Hall's third sin-bin in Celtic competition this season, and under the competition rules three yellows incur an automatic one-match suspension.Glasgow will be seeking their first win in three matches against Ulster this season. The Irish province won the league game at Ravenhill in September as well as the Celtic Cup semi-final at Hughenden in November before going on to beat Edinburgh in the final at Murrayfeld in December.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Rory Kerr13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Andrew Kelly4 Joe Beardshaw5 Nathan Ross6 Paul Dearlove7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Jon Petrie (captain)Substitutes:16 Simon Gunn17 Lee Harrison18 Roland Reid19 Andrew Wilson20 Sam Pinder21 Colin Gregor22 David MillardCalvin Howarth returns at stand-off for Glasgow tomorrow against Ulster, the Celtic Cup holders and current Celtic League leaders. A shoulder injury has kept him out the team for the past two matches, both away from home in Wales against Ospreys and Cardiff.On his return for the league match at Hughenden he replaces Colin Gregor, Watsonians" outside half. However, Glasgow still need Gregor in the match squad as a replacement.Andrew Kelly and Joe Beardshaw remain in the pack though neither was an original selection to start in the Cardiff match last week.Kelly will again be at loose-head prop following his late call into the team last week after Lee Harrison had damaged a hamstring in the warm-up. In that belated change, too, Euan Murray switched to tight head, and the two props stay in those roles for tomorrow's match.Beardshaw, as a second-half substitute against Cardiff, scored the last of Glasgow's three tries in the defeat 29-19. He remains at lock because of Andy Hall's yellow card in that game. It was Hall's third sin-bin in Celtic competition this season, and under the competition rules three yellows incur an automatic one-match suspension.Glasgow will be seeking their first win in three matches against Ulster this season. The Irish province won the league game at Ravenhill in September as well as the Celtic Cup semi-final at Hughenden in November before going on to beat Edinburgh in the final at Murrayfeld in December.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Rory Kerr13 Graeme Morrison12 Alan Bulloch11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Scott Lawson3 Andrew Kelly4 Joe Beardshaw5 Nathan Ross6 Paul Dearlove7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Jon Petrie (captain)Substitutes:16 Simon Gunn17 Lee Harrison18 Roland Reid19 Andrew Wilson20 Sam Pinder21 Colin Gregor22 David Millard