Paul Dearlove'S Timely Return For Glasgow

Rory Kerr, Paul Dearlove, and Joe Beardshaw return to the Glasgow team for the Celtic League match against Celtic Warriors at Hughenden tomorrow evening.Dearlove, who has had an ankle injury, has not played for Glasgow since the drawn match against Connacht in Galway in late February, and his return at No.8 is particularly timely in the absence of two seasoned back-row players, Cameron Mather and Donnie Macfadyen. Mather, Glasgow's first-choice captain, is still sidelined by a shoulder injury whereas Macfadyen has a mandatory one-match suspension because of three yellow cards this season.Jon Petrie, captain again in Mather's absence, has switched from No.8 to open side, replacing Macfadyen and allowing Dearlove into the middle of the back row. Roland Reid remains as blind-side flanker.Two other changes have been made in the team who started in the Donnybrook match which Glasgow lost to Leinster by just 30-31 two weeks ago. Beardshaw, who was not utilised as a substitute in the Donnybrook match, resumes at lock in place of Andrew Hall, and Kerr is back on the right wing for David Millard.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Rory Kerr13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Andrew Kelly2 Gordon Bulloch3 Euan Murray4 Joe Beardshaw5 Nathan Ross6 Roland Reid8 Paul Dearlove7 Jon Petrie (captain)Replacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Matt Proudfoot18 Andrew Hall19 Andrew Wilson20 Sam Pinder21 Calvin Howarth22 David MillardCeltic Warriors15 Kevin Morgan14 Dafydd James13 Sonny Parker12 Gareth Thomas (captain)11 Gareth Wyatt10 Ceri Sweeney9 Gareth Cooper1 Gethin Jenkins2 Mefin Davies3 Chris Horsman4 Brent Cockbain5 Robert Sidoli6 Richard Parks8 Richard Bryan7 Cory HarrisReplacements:16 Matthew Rees17 Martin Jones18 Deiniol Jones19 Ryan Jones20 Sililo Martens21 Neil Jenkins22 Aisea HaviliRory Kerr, Paul Dearlove, and Joe Beardshaw return to the Glasgow team for the Celtic League match against Celtic Warriors at Hughenden tomorrow evening.Dearlove, who has had an ankle injury, has not played for Glasgow since the drawn match against Connacht in Galway in late February, and his return at No.8 is particularly timely in the absence of two seasoned back-row players, Cameron Mather and Donnie Macfadyen. Mather, Glasgow's first-choice captain, is still sidelined by a shoulder injury whereas Macfadyen has a mandatory one-match suspension because of three yellow cards this season.Jon Petrie, captain again in Mather's absence, has switched from No.8 to open side, replacing Macfadyen and allowing Dearlove into the middle of the back row. Roland Reid remains as blind-side flanker.Two other changes have been made in the team who started in the Donnybrook match which Glasgow lost to Leinster by just 30-31 two weeks ago. Beardshaw, who was not utilised as a substitute in the Donnybrook match, resumes at lock in place of Andrew Hall, and Kerr is back on the right wing for David Millard.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Rory Kerr13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Andrew Kelly2 Gordon Bulloch3 Euan Murray4 Joe Beardshaw5 Nathan Ross6 Roland Reid8 Paul Dearlove7 Jon Petrie (captain)Replacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Matt Proudfoot18 Andrew Hall19 Andrew Wilson20 Sam Pinder21 Calvin Howarth22 David MillardCeltic Warriors15 Kevin Morgan14 Dafydd James13 Sonny Parker12 Gareth Thomas (captain)11 Gareth Wyatt10 Ceri Sweeney9 Gareth Cooper1 Gethin Jenkins2 Mefin Davies3 Chris Horsman4 Brent Cockbain5 Robert Sidoli6 Richard Parks8 Richard Bryan7 Cory HarrisReplacements:16 Matthew Rees17 Martin Jones18 Deiniol Jones19 Ryan Jones20 Sililo Martens21 Neil Jenkins22 Aisea Havili