Cammy Mather Passes Fitness Test

Despite an ankle injury earlier this week Cammy Mather will be in his accustomed role at blind side for Glasgow in the Celtic League match against Leinster at Donnybrook tomorrow evening. The international flanker passed a fitness test in the team run before the squad flew over to Dublin this afternoon.However, two breakaway forwards have been listed as cover among the replacements - Glasgow Hawks" Steve Swindall and Currie's Jonathan van der Schyff.Glasgow have left a blank at tight head as Euan Murray was sent off while playing in the league match against Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden last Friday. News from the SRU's disciplinary committee is awaited before Glasgow finalise the team. Apart from that question mark at tight head, Glasgow have an unchanged team after the 40-29 victory against Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden last Friday.Eric Milligan, Hawks" captain, has been called in as front-row cover along with Andrew Kelly. A third player from Hawks, Colin Shaw, will be at full back in the second successive match. He made his first league start in the win against the champions last week.Glasgow lost by only one point, 30-31, on their last league visit to Leinster in April last season. "I see no reason why we cannot take a step beyond that after our performance against Llanelli," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked after the squad's final session before flying out to Dublin this afternoon.Tomorrow's Donnybrook match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Colin Shaw14 Rory Kerr13 Andy Craig12 Gareth Maclure11 Kenny Logan (captain)10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Scott Lawson3 A N Other4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather8 John Beattie7 Andrew WilsonReplacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Andrew Kelly or Eric Milligan18 Joe Beardshaw19 Steve Swindall or Jonathan van der Schyff20 Sam Pinder21 Colin Gregor22 David MillardDespite an ankle injury earlier this week Cammy Mather will be in his accustomed role at blind side for Glasgow in the Celtic League match against Leinster at Donnybrook tomorrow evening. The international flanker passed a fitness test in the team run before the squad flew over to Dublin this afternoon.However, two breakaway forwards have been listed as cover among the replacements - Glasgow Hawks" Steve Swindall and Currie's Jonathan van der Schyff.Glasgow have left a blank at tight head as Euan Murray was sent off while playing in the league match against Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden last Friday. News from the SRU's disciplinary committee is awaited before Glasgow finalise the team. Apart from that question mark at tight head, Glasgow have an unchanged team after the 40-29 victory against Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden last Friday.Eric Milligan, Hawks" captain, has been called in as front-row cover along with Andrew Kelly. A third player from Hawks, Colin Shaw, will be at full back in the second successive match. He made his first league start in the win against the champions last week.Glasgow lost by only one point, 30-31, on their last league visit to Leinster in April last season. "I see no reason why we cannot take a step beyond that after our performance against Llanelli," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked after the squad's final session before flying out to Dublin this afternoon.Tomorrow's Donnybrook match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Colin Shaw14 Rory Kerr13 Andy Craig12 Gareth Maclure11 Kenny Logan (captain)10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Scott Lawson3 A N Other4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather8 John Beattie7 Andrew WilsonReplacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Andrew Kelly or Eric Milligan18 Joe Beardshaw19 Steve Swindall or Jonathan van der Schyff20 Sam Pinder21 Colin Gregor22 David Millard