Scott Lawson'S Half-Century

Scott Lawson will reach a notable milestone in his rugby life when he plays for Glasgow in the Celtic League match against Munster tomorrow at Thomond Park, Limerick. It will be the 23-year-old hooker's fiftieth game for the professional team.Lawson has racked up his half-century in little over two years. The former Biggar and Melrose forward's Glasgow debut was while he was with the latter club, when he played as a replacement against The Borders on Hogmanay 2002.None of Glasgow's current international players is available for the day-trip to Limerick. Glasgow therefore stand by the team who started in the Hughenden game that ended as a 27-all draw with Ospreys three weeks ago.Two changes have been made among the replacements. John Barclay, captain of the Scotland under-19 team, and Gareth Maclure return to replace the injured pair, John Beattie and David Millard.Glasgow were ahead until late on in the match against Ospreys, the league leaders. Now they travel to try to do even better against second-placed MunsterTomorrow's match will kick off at 5.00pm. Glasgow's team:15 Colin Shaw14 Rory Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Scott Barrow11 Kenny Logan10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Scott Lawson3 Andrew Kelly4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Steve Swindall8 Paul Dearlove7 Cammy Mather (captain)Replacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Ben Prescott18 Andrew Hall19 John Barclay20 Alasdhair McFarlane21 Andrew Henderson22 Gareth MaclureScott Lawson will reach a notable milestone in his rugby life when he plays for Glasgow in the Celtic League match against Munster tomorrow at Thomond Park, Limerick. It will be the 23-year-old hooker's fiftieth game for the professional team.Lawson has racked up his half-century in little over two years. The former Biggar and Melrose forward's Glasgow debut was while he was with the latter club, when he played as a replacement against The Borders on Hogmanay 2002.None of Glasgow's current international players is available for the day-trip to Limerick. Glasgow therefore stand by the team who started in the Hughenden game that ended as a 27-all draw with Ospreys three weeks ago.Two changes have been made among the replacements. John Barclay, captain of the Scotland under-19 team, and Gareth Maclure return to replace the injured pair, John Beattie and David Millard.Glasgow were ahead until late on in the match against Ospreys, the league leaders. Now they travel to try to do even better against second-placed MunsterTomorrow's match will kick off at 5.00pm. Glasgow's team:15 Colin Shaw14 Rory Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Scott Barrow11 Kenny Logan10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Scott Lawson3 Andrew Kelly4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Steve Swindall8 Paul Dearlove7 Cammy Mather (captain)Replacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Ben Prescott18 Andrew Hall19 John Barclay20 Alasdhair McFarlane21 Andrew Henderson22 Gareth Maclure