Sean Lamont'S 50Th Game For Glasgow

Sean Lamont will make his fiftieth appearance for Glasgow when he plays in the Celtic League match against Leinster at Hughenden tomorrow evening.Glasgow's support, of course, will be looking for him and his brother, Rory, to rerun the try-scoring deeds of last week against Llanelli at Stradey Park. Between them in Glasgow's outstanding 57-30 victory against last season's league champions, the brothers scored five tries - Sean two, and Rory three.Their fellow cap, Gordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain and Glasgow's only representative in the British and Irish Lions squad for the New Zealand tour, returns to the starting line-up. The hooker has played off the replacements" bench in Glasgow's two matches since his return from Scotland duty last month.Bulloch replaces Scott Lawson in one of just two changes in personnel from the starting XV against Llanelli. The other alteration has been enforced as Andrew Wilson is unavailable because of a brother's wedding. Jon Petrie, Glasgow's captain, switches to open side, and Paul Dearlove comes in at No.8. Dearlove, like Bulloch, played as a replacement in the historic win at Stradey Park last week.Tomorrow's Hughenden match will be Sean Lamont's last league appearance for Glasgow before he departs to Northampton. Kenny Logan also will bow out from Celtic League rugby if he comes off the bench. The 70-cap wing, who started his major rugby career with Glasgow before moving to London Wasps, is to retire from the game at the end of the season after a year back in Scotland."Kenny has been a fantastic servant for Scottish rugby," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked today. "His input to Glasgow this season has been much appreciated."It may not be the last Hughenden match for either Sean Lamont or Logan. Glasgow are still in with a chance of fourth place in the final league table and, consequently, earning a home tie in the Celtic Cup quarter-finals - if they can record a five-point win against Leinster. But even a maximum for Glasgow may not be enough on its own. To grab that fourth place Glasgow need Llanelli, Dragons, and Edinburgh to slip up in their weekend matches.Leinster's team for tomorrow evening includes three of their six British and Irish Lions - Brian O'driscoll, Gordon D"Arcy, and Shane Byrne. O'driscoll, the Lions" captain, will partner Gordon D'Arcy, at centre.Hugh Campbell acknowledged that Leinster will be strong. "Obviously, a squad producing six Lions will be formidable," he commented even though Leinster will field only three of that half-dozen. "O'driscoll and D"Arcy are the best centre pairing in Europe," the coach remarked.But Hugh Campbell is confident in his own team's ability, not only because of the big win at Llanelli last week. "We haven't lost a home game since October," he pointed out, "and that was against Munster only to a last-minute drop goal.'tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow15 Calvin Howarth14 Rory Lamont13 Andy Craig12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Euan Murray4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Steve Swindall8 Paul Dearlove7 Jon Petrie (captain)Substitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Ben Prescott18 Andrew Hall19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Kenny Logan22 Scott Barrow Leinster15 Girvan Dempsey14 Gary Brown13 Brian O'Driscoll12 Gordon D'Arcy11 Kieran Lewis10 David Holwell9 Guy Easterby 1 Reggie Corrigan (captain)2 Shane Byrne3 Ricky Nebbett4 Ben Gissing5 Leo Cullen6 Des Dillon8 Victor Costello 7 Keith Gleeson Substitutes:16 Emmett Byrne17 David Blaney18 Simon Crawford19 Shane Jennings20 Brian O'Meara21 Felipe Contepomi22 David Quinlan Referee - Phil Fear (Wales)Sean Lamont will make his fiftieth appearance for Glasgow when he plays in the Celtic League match against Leinster at Hughenden tomorrow evening.Glasgow's support, of course, will be looking for him and his brother, Rory, to rerun the try-scoring deeds of last week against Llanelli at Stradey Park. Between them in Glasgow's outstanding 57-30 victory against last season's league champions, the brothers scored five tries - Sean two, and Rory three.Their fellow cap, Gordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain and Glasgow's only representative in the British and Irish Lions squad for the New Zealand tour, returns to the starting line-up. The hooker has played off the replacements" bench in Glasgow's two matches since his return from Scotland duty last month.Bulloch replaces Scott Lawson in one of just two changes in personnel from the starting XV against Llanelli. The other alteration has been enforced as Andrew Wilson is unavailable because of a brother's wedding. Jon Petrie, Glasgow's captain, switches to open side, and Paul Dearlove comes in at No.8. Dearlove, like Bulloch, played as a replacement in the historic win at Stradey Park last week.Tomorrow's Hughenden match will be Sean Lamont's last league appearance for Glasgow before he departs to Northampton. Kenny Logan also will bow out from Celtic League rugby if he comes off the bench. The 70-cap wing, who started his major rugby career with Glasgow before moving to London Wasps, is to retire from the game at the end of the season after a year back in Scotland."Kenny has been a fantastic servant for Scottish rugby," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked today. "His input to Glasgow this season has been much appreciated."It may not be the last Hughenden match for either Sean Lamont or Logan. Glasgow are still in with a chance of fourth place in the final league table and, consequently, earning a home tie in the Celtic Cup quarter-finals - if they can record a five-point win against Leinster. But even a maximum for Glasgow may not be enough on its own. To grab that fourth place Glasgow need Llanelli, Dragons, and Edinburgh to slip up in their weekend matches.Leinster's team for tomorrow evening includes three of their six British and Irish Lions - Brian O'driscoll, Gordon D"Arcy, and Shane Byrne. O'driscoll, the Lions" captain, will partner Gordon D'Arcy, at centre.Hugh Campbell acknowledged that Leinster will be strong. "Obviously, a squad producing six Lions will be formidable," he commented even though Leinster will field only three of that half-dozen. "O'driscoll and D"Arcy are the best centre pairing in Europe," the coach remarked.But Hugh Campbell is confident in his own team's ability, not only because of the big win at Llanelli last week. "We haven't lost a home game since October," he pointed out, "and that was against Munster only to a last-minute drop goal.'tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow15 Calvin Howarth14 Rory Lamont13 Andy Craig12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Euan Murray4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Steve Swindall8 Paul Dearlove7 Jon Petrie (captain)Substitutes:16 Scott Lawson17 Ben Prescott18 Andrew Hall19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Kenny Logan22 Scott Barrow Leinster15 Girvan Dempsey14 Gary Brown13 Brian O'Driscoll12 Gordon D'Arcy11 Kieran Lewis10 David Holwell9 Guy Easterby 1 Reggie Corrigan (captain)2 Shane Byrne3 Ricky Nebbett4 Ben Gissing5 Leo Cullen6 Des Dillon8 Victor Costello 7 Keith Gleeson Substitutes:16 Emmett Byrne17 David Blaney18 Simon Crawford19 Shane Jennings20 Brian O'Meara21 Felipe Contepomi22 David Quinlan Referee - Phil Fear (Wales)