Twickenham Try-Scorers Return

Sean Lamont and Andy Craig, two of Scotland's Twickenham try-scorers against England last Saturday, are in Glasgow's XV for the Celtic League match against Cardiff Blues at Hughenden tomorrow evening. Craig, though, will be on the right wing instead of his international centre position.Jon Petrie, who played as a replacement against England, resumes as No.8 and captain, and Lamont's young brother, Rory, makes his first Glasgow appearance since his try-scoring international debut against Wales. Four of their Twickenham-duty colleagues, including Gordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain, are on the bench for Glasgow tomorrow.All told, eight changes, one positional, have been made in the team who started in Glasgow's last match, when they lost to Ulster in Belfast three weeks ago. Sean Lamont and Craig are the wings, Sam Pinder returns at scrum half, Petrie and Andrew Wilson in the back row, Joe Beardshaw at lock, and Euan Murray at tight head whereas Rory Lamont switches to full back to accommodate Craig. The younger Lamont was in the team against Ulster the week before the first of his two internationals this month.This will be Murray's first game for Glasgow since the 35-0 victory against Connacht at Hughenden in mid-December. Suspension and a shoulder injury have kept him out of the team since then. Wilson will be at open-side in place of the injured Cammy Mather."It's a good blend of experience youth, an exciting team to meet the very demanding challenge Cardiff will offer," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented on the selection.Glasgow have won three of their past four home matches against Cardiff, and they will be looking for another victory tomorrow. A good win to strengthen their bid not only for a place in the Celtic Cup quarter-finals next month but also to be Scotland's top seed in next season's Heineken Cup.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Rory Lamont14 Andy Craig13 Graeme Morrison12 Scott Barrow11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Scott Lawson3 Euan Murray4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Steve Swindall8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Andrew WilsonReplacements:16 Gordon Bulloch17 Ben Prescott18 Andrew Hall19 Paul Dearlove20 Graeme Beveridge21 Dan Parks22 Andrew HendersonSean Lamont and Andy Craig, two of Scotland's Twickenham try-scorers against England last Saturday, are in Glasgow's XV for the Celtic League match against Cardiff Blues at Hughenden tomorrow evening. Craig, though, will be on the right wing instead of his international centre position.Jon Petrie, who played as a replacement against England, resumes as No.8 and captain, and Lamont's young brother, Rory, makes his first Glasgow appearance since his try-scoring international debut against Wales. Four of their Twickenham-duty colleagues, including Gordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain, are on the bench for Glasgow tomorrow.All told, eight changes, one positional, have been made in the team who started in Glasgow's last match, when they lost to Ulster in Belfast three weeks ago. Sean Lamont and Craig are the wings, Sam Pinder returns at scrum half, Petrie and Andrew Wilson in the back row, Joe Beardshaw at lock, and Euan Murray at tight head whereas Rory Lamont switches to full back to accommodate Craig. The younger Lamont was in the team against Ulster the week before the first of his two internationals this month.This will be Murray's first game for Glasgow since the 35-0 victory against Connacht at Hughenden in mid-December. Suspension and a shoulder injury have kept him out of the team since then. Wilson will be at open-side in place of the injured Cammy Mather."It's a good blend of experience youth, an exciting team to meet the very demanding challenge Cardiff will offer," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented on the selection.Glasgow have won three of their past four home matches against Cardiff, and they will be looking for another victory tomorrow. A good win to strengthen their bid not only for a place in the Celtic Cup quarter-finals next month but also to be Scotland's top seed in next season's Heineken Cup.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Rory Lamont14 Andy Craig13 Graeme Morrison12 Scott Barrow11 Sean Lamont10 Calvin Howarth9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Scott Lawson3 Euan Murray4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Steve Swindall8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Andrew WilsonReplacements:16 Gordon Bulloch17 Ben Prescott18 Andrew Hall19 Paul Dearlove20 Graeme Beveridge21 Dan Parks22 Andrew Henderson