Glasgow Players Help With Tsunami Aid

Jon Petrie, Glasgow's captain, and four colleagues took time off training today to help "Glasgow the Caring City" to load aid to be sent to victims of the South-East Asia tsunami disaster. Kenny Logan, Scott Lawson, Euan Murray, and Andy Kelly joined their captain at the charity's Lawmoor Road depot in Glasgow."Glasgow the Caring City", the UK's second largest charity sending aid to the tsunami victims, are currently filling up containers to be sent to the affected regions at the end of this week.Glasgow Rugby have already donated nearly ?1000 to the tsunami appeal, and they plan to raise more at their Celtic League game against Ospreys at Hughenden on Saturday (kick-off 7.45pm). "Glasgow the Caring City" hope to raise enough money at that game to sponsor a Land Rover to go to Banda Ache in Sumatra.Jon Petrie, Glasgow's captain, and four colleagues took time off training today to help "Glasgow the Caring City" to load aid to be sent to victims of the South-East Asia tsunami disaster. Kenny Logan, Scott Lawson, Euan Murray, and Andy Kelly joined their captain at the charity's Lawmoor Road depot in Glasgow."Glasgow the Caring City", the UK's second largest charity sending aid to the tsunami victims, are currently filling up containers to be sent to the affected regions at the end of this week.Glasgow Rugby have already donated nearly ?1000 to the tsunami appeal, and they plan to raise more at their Celtic League game against Ospreys at Hughenden on Saturday (kick-off 7.45pm). "Glasgow the Caring City" hope to raise enough money at that game to sponsor a Land Rover to go to Banda Ache in Sumatra.