Graeme Morrison Returns To Glasgow'S Starting Xv

Glasgow will field an all-international threequarter line of Kenny Logan, Graeme Morrison, Andrew Henderson, and Sean Lamont in the Celtic League match against The Borders at The Greenyards, Melrose, on Saturday. Another Scotland cap, Dan Parks, will be at outside half.In all, seven international players are among the 10 backs in the squad of 22, with Graeme Beveridge and Andy Craig among the replacements. It will be Craig's first appearance in the squad since joining Glasgow earlier in the summer. The former Orrell centre missed the three warm-up matches last month because of a knee injury, though he was fit to be added belatedly to the travelling squad for the match against Connacht in Galway last Saturday.Morrison, a second-half replacement against Connacht, resumes in the starting line-up in the only change in back-division personnel after the disappointing 15-31 defeat by Connacht. To accommodate him at outside centre, with Glasgow retaining the threequarter line who finished the Galway match, a couple of positional switches have been made. Henderson reverts to his international role as inside centre, and Scott Barrow moves to full back. Rory Kerr drops out.Two changes have been made in the pack. Andrew Wilson, a second-half replacement in the Galway match, remains as blind-side flanker, and Nathan Ross returns at lock. The displaced pair, Paul Dearlove and Andrew Hall, are on the bench.'they"re mainly rotational changes," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, explained today. Ross and Craig are the only changes to last week's 22, with Dan Turner and Kerr dropping out.Glasgow will be seeking their fourth successive victory against The Borders. They won both Celtic League encounters last season - the first by the slender margin of 26-25 at Hughenden in October, and then when Lamont snatched a late try for a 15-11 win in April at Netherdale. A year earlier Glasgow won the last of their Pro Rugby Cup encounters by 23-10 at Hughenden.Saturday's Celtic League match will kick off at 3.00pm as the second feature in a novel double-header. That game will follow the BT Premier One match between Melrose and Gala (kick-off 1.00pm).It is the first time a league match between two professional teams will have shared the billing with a Scottish club championship game. The venture will be repeated the following Saturday, when the Premier One game between Glasgow Hawks and Aberdeen Grammar School FP (kick-off 5.00pm) will be followed by Glasgow's Celtic League match against Edinburgh (7.30).Glasgow's team for Saturday's match against The Borders:15 Scott Barrow14 Sean Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Kenny Logan10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Joe Beardshaw5 Nathan Ross6 Andrew Wilson8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Andrew Kelly18 Andrew Hall19 Paul Dearlove20 Graeme Beveridge21 Calvin Howarth22 Andy CraigGlasgow will field an all-international threequarter line of Kenny Logan, Graeme Morrison, Andrew Henderson, and Sean Lamont in the Celtic League match against The Borders at The Greenyards, Melrose, on Saturday. Another Scotland cap, Dan Parks, will be at outside half.In all, seven international players are among the 10 backs in the squad of 22, with Graeme Beveridge and Andy Craig among the replacements. It will be Craig's first appearance in the squad since joining Glasgow earlier in the summer. The former Orrell centre missed the three warm-up matches last month because of a knee injury, though he was fit to be added belatedly to the travelling squad for the match against Connacht in Galway last Saturday.Morrison, a second-half replacement against Connacht, resumes in the starting line-up in the only change in back-division personnel after the disappointing 15-31 defeat by Connacht. To accommodate him at outside centre, with Glasgow retaining the threequarter line who finished the Galway match, a couple of positional switches have been made. Henderson reverts to his international role as inside centre, and Scott Barrow moves to full back. Rory Kerr drops out.Two changes have been made in the pack. Andrew Wilson, a second-half replacement in the Galway match, remains as blind-side flanker, and Nathan Ross returns at lock. The displaced pair, Paul Dearlove and Andrew Hall, are on the bench.'they"re mainly rotational changes," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, explained today. Ross and Craig are the only changes to last week's 22, with Dan Turner and Kerr dropping out.Glasgow will be seeking their fourth successive victory against The Borders. They won both Celtic League encounters last season - the first by the slender margin of 26-25 at Hughenden in October, and then when Lamont snatched a late try for a 15-11 win in April at Netherdale. A year earlier Glasgow won the last of their Pro Rugby Cup encounters by 23-10 at Hughenden.Saturday's Celtic League match will kick off at 3.00pm as the second feature in a novel double-header. That game will follow the BT Premier One match between Melrose and Gala (kick-off 1.00pm).It is the first time a league match between two professional teams will have shared the billing with a Scottish club championship game. The venture will be repeated the following Saturday, when the Premier One game between Glasgow Hawks and Aberdeen Grammar School FP (kick-off 5.00pm) will be followed by Glasgow's Celtic League match against Edinburgh (7.30).Glasgow's team for Saturday's match against The Borders:15 Scott Barrow14 Sean Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Kenny Logan10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Joe Beardshaw5 Nathan Ross6 Andrew Wilson8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Andrew Kelly18 Andrew Hall19 Paul Dearlove20 Graeme Beveridge21 Calvin Howarth22 Andy Craig