Pinder Back For Trip To Newcastle

Glasgow Warriors scrum-half Sam Pinder (pictured) is restored to fitness and is named in the squad for tomorrowa?'s match away against Newcastle Falcons.Pinder missed last weeka?'s 55-7 warm-up win against Rotherham Titans after he had suffered a dead leg but he reappears to join Graeme Beveridge in competing for the No 9 shirt.In the pack Craig Hamilton, the international second-row forward, makes a quick return to the club with whom he first played professional rugby.Elsewhere teenager John Barclay, recipient of the first John Macphail scholarship which enabled him to play club rugby in Wellington, New Zealand during the summer, is included as international openside flanker Donnie Macfadyen continues his rehab from knee surgery.Glasgow Warriorsa?" head coach Hugh Campbell said: a??Donnie is very much on the mend and could well be available for selection for next Fridaya?'s Celtic League opener against the Dragons at Hughenden.a??As far as tomorrowa?'s match goes, Newcastle are a top Guinness Premiership side and have just returned from a tour of Japan._This will be an excellent test for us prior to the start of the Celtic League.a??Glasgow Warriorsa?" squad to play Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park, Newcastle tomorrow (Saturday 27 August), kick-off 5.30pmBacks a?" Graydon Staniforth, Colin Shaw, Rory Lamont, Eddie McLaughlin, Andy Craig, Scott Barrow, Andrew Henderson, Mike Roberts, Calvin Howarth, Dan Parks, Graeme Beveridge, Sam PinderForwards a?" Stuart Corsar, Kevin Tkachuk, Scott Lawson, Lee Harrison, Tim Barker, Gregor Hayter, Dan Turner, Craig Hamilton, Paul Dearlove, Jon Petrie captain, John Barclay, Andrew Wilson Glasgow Warriors scrum-half Sam Pinder (pictured) is restored to fitness and is named in the squad for tomorrowa?'s match away against Newcastle Falcons.Pinder missed last weeka?'s 55-7 warm-up win against Rotherham Titans after he had suffered a dead leg but he reappears to join Graeme Beveridge in competing for the No 9 shirt.In the pack Craig Hamilton, the international second-row forward, makes a quick return to the club with whom he first played professional rugby.Elsewhere teenager John Barclay, recipient of the first John Macphail scholarship which enabled him to play club rugby in Wellington, New Zealand during the summer, is included as international openside flanker Donnie Macfadyen continues his rehab from knee surgery.Glasgow Warriorsa?" head coach Hugh Campbell said: a??Donnie is very much on the mend and could well be available for selection for next Fridaya?'s Celtic League opener against the Dragons at Hughenden.a??As far as tomorrowa?'s match goes, Newcastle are a top Guinness Premiership side and have just returned from a tour of Japan._This will be an excellent test for us prior to the start of the Celtic League.a??Glasgow Warriorsa?" squad to play Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park, Newcastle tomorrow (Saturday 27 August), kick-off 5.30pmBacks a?" Graydon Staniforth, Colin Shaw, Rory Lamont, Eddie McLaughlin, Andy Craig, Scott Barrow, Andrew Henderson, Mike Roberts, Calvin Howarth, Dan Parks, Graeme Beveridge, Sam PinderForwards a?" Stuart Corsar, Kevin Tkachuk, Scott Lawson, Lee Harrison, Tim Barker, Gregor Hayter, Dan Turner, Craig Hamilton, Paul Dearlove, Jon Petrie captain, John Barclay, Andrew Wilson