Glasgow'S Three Home Matches In September

Glasgow's Celtic League campaign will open with a Hughenden match against Newport Gwent Dragons on the weekend of 2-4 September.In fact, three of Glasgow?s four September matches will be at home. A visit to Dublin for a match against Leinster on the 10 September weekend will be followed by Hughenden matches against Munster and Cardiff. Then comes an inter-city match against Edinburgh at Murrayfield on the weekend of 30 September-2 October.?That?s good that three of our first four matches are at home,? Hugh Campbell, Glasgow?s head coach, said this afternoon. ?It?s obviously a big bonus that four of our first five games are in Scotland. That gives us an opportunity to get off to a really good start to the league.?Glasgow will have three more matches against Leinster in the course of the season with two Heineken Cup contests in October and January as well as the return Celtic League game at Hughenden on May.Munster?s visit to Hughenden has been listed for Saturday 17 September (kick-off 7.30pm). However, precise dates for Glasgow?s Celtic League matches, like the Heineken Cup games, have yet to be defined, though the weekends have been allocacted. Glasgow?s players could well be up against a former colleague in the opening league match. Andy Hall, who left Glasgow at end of the past season, is now at Newport in the Dragons.Glasgow?s Celtic League (CL) and Heineken Cup (HC) fixtures for the season are:September2-4 ? v Dragons at Hughenden (CL)9-11 ? v Leinster at Donnybrook (CL)17 ? v Munster at Hughenden (CL) (kick-off 7.30pm)23-25 ? v Cardiff at Hughenden (CL)30-October 2 ? v Edinburgh at Murrayfield (CL)October14-16 ? v Llanelli Scarlets at Stradey Park (CL)21-23 ? v Bourgoin at Stade Jean Rajon (HC)28-30 ? v Leinster at Hughenden (HC)November4-6 ? v Connacht at Hughenden (CL)December2-4 ? v Edinburgh at Hughenden (CL)9-11 ? v Bath at The Recreation Ground (HC)16-18 ? v Bath at Hughenden (HC)January1 or 2 ? v The Borders at Netherdale (CL)6-8 ? v Ulster at Ravenhill (CL)13-15 ? v Leinster at Donnybrook (HC)20-22 ? v Bourgoin at Hughenden (HC)27-29 ? v Ospreys at Hughenden (CL)February17-19 ? v Munster at Limerick or Cork (CL)March3-5 ? v The Borders at Hughenden (CL)24-16 ? v Cardiff at The Arms Park (CL)April7-9 ? v Ospreys at Morfa Stadium (CL)14-16 ? v Ulster at Hughenden (CL)28-30 ? v Dragons at Newport (CL)May5-6 ? v Leinster at Hughenden (CL)12-14 ? v Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden (CL)26-28 ? v Connacht at Galway (CL) Glasgow's Celtic League campaign will open with a Hughenden match against Newport Gwent Dragons on the weekend of 2-4 September.In fact, three of Glasgow?s four September matches will be at home. A visit to Dublin for a match against Leinster on the 10 September weekend will be followed by Hughenden matches against Munster and Cardiff. Then comes an inter-city match against Edinburgh at Murrayfield on the weekend of 30 September-2 October.?That?s good that three of our first four matches are at home,? Hugh Campbell, Glasgow?s head coach, said this afternoon. ?It?s obviously a big bonus that four of our first five games are in Scotland. That gives us an opportunity to get off to a really good start to the league.?Glasgow will have three more matches against Leinster in the course of the season with two Heineken Cup contests in October and January as well as the return Celtic League game at Hughenden on May.Munster?s visit to Hughenden has been listed for Saturday 17 September (kick-off 7.30pm). However, precise dates for Glasgow?s Celtic League matches, like the Heineken Cup games, have yet to be defined, though the weekends have been allocacted. Glasgow?s players could well be up against a former colleague in the opening league match. Andy Hall, who left Glasgow at end of the past season, is now at Newport in the Dragons.Glasgow?s Celtic League (CL) and Heineken Cup (HC) fixtures for the season are:September2-4 ? v Dragons at Hughenden (CL)9-11 ? v Leinster at Donnybrook (CL)17 ? v Munster at Hughenden (CL) (kick-off 7.30pm)23-25 ? v Cardiff at Hughenden (CL)30-October 2 ? v Edinburgh at Murrayfield (CL)October14-16 ? v Llanelli Scarlets at Stradey Park (CL)21-23 ? v Bourgoin at Stade Jean Rajon (HC)28-30 ? v Leinster at Hughenden (HC)November4-6 ? v Connacht at Hughenden (CL)December2-4 ? v Edinburgh at Hughenden (CL)9-11 ? v Bath at The Recreation Ground (HC)16-18 ? v Bath at Hughenden (HC)January1 or 2 ? v The Borders at Netherdale (CL)6-8 ? v Ulster at Ravenhill (CL)13-15 ? v Leinster at Donnybrook (HC)20-22 ? v Bourgoin at Hughenden (HC)27-29 ? v Ospreys at Hughenden (CL)February17-19 ? v Munster at Limerick or Cork (CL)March3-5 ? v The Borders at Hughenden (CL)24-16 ? v Cardiff at The Arms Park (CL)April7-9 ? v Ospreys at Morfa Stadium (CL)14-16 ? v Ulster at Hughenden (CL)28-30 ? v Dragons at Newport (CL)May5-6 ? v Leinster at Hughenden (CL)12-14 ? v Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden (CL)26-28 ? v Connacht at Galway (CL)