Scott Barrow And Sam Pinder Renew Contracts

Scott Barrow and Sam Pinder have renewed their Glasgow contracts. Each has re-signed for two years.'scott has made a great impression as a creative midfield back," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented today. "I see him as having great influence on how we play in the coming season."Barrow joined Glasgow early this season after impressing in the two August trial matches against Sale Sharks. He had left Orrell to join Rotherham last summer, but when the Yorkshire club struck financial troubles he had to look elsewhere for full-time rugby. He soon found a new home in Glasgow, and he has now played in 13 games."I"m delighted Sam has signed for two more years," the coach added. "We have strength in depth at scrum half with him and Graeme Beveridge."Pinder, born in New Zealand, though Scottish qualified, joined Glasgow in 2003, and over the past two years he has played 41 games, scoring nine tries. He notched a try on his Celtic League debut in the September 2003 victory against Cardiff at Hughenden.Glasgow have previously announced that Jon Petrie, Donnie Macfadyen, Graeme Beveridge, Andrew Henderson, Calvin Howarth, Rory Lamont, Scott Lawson, Graeme Morrison, Euan Murray, Dan Parks, Andrew Wilson, John Beattie, and Fergus Thomson have renewed their contracts as well as new signings Craig Hamilton, Tim Barker, Leigh Hinton, Mike Roberts, Ben Prescott, Colin Shaw, and Steve Swindall.Scott Barrow and Sam Pinder have renewed their Glasgow contracts. Each has re-signed for two years.'scott has made a great impression as a creative midfield back," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, commented today. "I see him as having great influence on how we play in the coming season."Barrow joined Glasgow early this season after impressing in the two August trial matches against Sale Sharks. He had left Orrell to join Rotherham last summer, but when the Yorkshire club struck financial troubles he had to look elsewhere for full-time rugby. He soon found a new home in Glasgow, and he has now played in 13 games."I"m delighted Sam has signed for two more years," the coach added. "We have strength in depth at scrum half with him and Graeme Beveridge."Pinder, born in New Zealand, though Scottish qualified, joined Glasgow in 2003, and over the past two years he has played 41 games, scoring nine tries. He notched a try on his Celtic League debut in the September 2003 victory against Cardiff at Hughenden.Glasgow have previously announced that Jon Petrie, Donnie Macfadyen, Graeme Beveridge, Andrew Henderson, Calvin Howarth, Rory Lamont, Scott Lawson, Graeme Morrison, Euan Murray, Dan Parks, Andrew Wilson, John Beattie, and Fergus Thomson have renewed their contracts as well as new signings Craig Hamilton, Tim Barker, Leigh Hinton, Mike Roberts, Ben Prescott, Colin Shaw, and Steve Swindall.