Andy Hall Still Has Scotland Ambition

Andy Hall is leaving Glasgow to seek pastures new, but he still has a desire to add to his one international cap."I still have Scotland aspirations," said the lock forward who was capped as a replacement against the United States during the 2002 tour of North America. "I"m determined not to drop off the radar."He does not know yet where he will be heading now that his Glasgow career is over after four years here. "My agent is hopeful," the lock explained. "But my biggest concern is to stay in the Scottish selection thoughts regardless of where I go."Hall is among the select group of players who have played more than 100 games for Glasgow, and in that time he has had one rare distinction. Not many lock forwards kick a drop goal, as he did in the Celtic League match against Celtic Warriors at Bridgend in November 2003. It was, too, his first score for Glasgow. He was also the first Scottish player to appear in 50 Celtic League matches.He is not happy to be leaving Glasgow, where he has been a favourite among the supporters. "But it was handled well," he explained. "I"ve left on good terms.'three other Scotland caps have left Glasgow now that the season is over. Kenny Logan, who played in 70 internationals, and Cammy Mather (10 caps) have retired whereas Gordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain, will be seeking to further his rugby career elsewhere, though the 75-cap hooker is still uncertain where he will be playing next season, after he has been with the British and Irish Lions to New Zealand in June and July.Andy Hall is leaving Glasgow to seek pastures new, but he still has a desire to add to his one international cap."I still have Scotland aspirations," said the lock forward who was capped as a replacement against the United States during the 2002 tour of North America. "I"m determined not to drop off the radar."He does not know yet where he will be heading now that his Glasgow career is over after four years here. "My agent is hopeful," the lock explained. "But my biggest concern is to stay in the Scottish selection thoughts regardless of where I go."Hall is among the select group of players who have played more than 100 games for Glasgow, and in that time he has had one rare distinction. Not many lock forwards kick a drop goal, as he did in the Celtic League match against Celtic Warriors at Bridgend in November 2003. It was, too, his first score for Glasgow. He was also the first Scottish player to appear in 50 Celtic League matches.He is not happy to be leaving Glasgow, where he has been a favourite among the supporters. "But it was handled well," he explained. "I"ve left on good terms.'three other Scotland caps have left Glasgow now that the season is over. Kenny Logan, who played in 70 internationals, and Cammy Mather (10 caps) have retired whereas Gordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain, will be seeking to further his rugby career elsewhere, though the 75-cap hooker is still uncertain where he will be playing next season, after he has been with the British and Irish Lions to New Zealand in June and July.