Basic Mistakes Prove Warriorsa?" Undoing

Newcastle Falcons 32 Glasgow Warriors 11Glasgowa?'s final warm-up match before the Celtic League gets underway on Friday came to a disappointing conclusion at Kingston Park tonight as they were on the wrong end of 5-1 try count against their English hosts.Head coach Hugh Campbell described the result as a a??wake-up calla?? and bemoaned basic mistakes that enabled Newcastle to dominate.a??Newcastle were just that bit slicker and more effective than we were in almost all aspects of play. We looked as if we were in pre-season mode,a?? he said.a??There were some positive aspects to our play but straight-forward errors let Newcastle off the hook and we also gave away needless penalties allowing them to dictate the game both in territory and possession.a??Falcons, who led 15-6 at half-time before a crowd of just short of 3,000, scored their points through tries by Tom May, Jamie Noon, Phil Dowson, Matt Burke and Anthony Elliott._Dave Walder kicked one penalty and two conversions.Warriors try came late in the game from substitute scrum-half Graeme Beveridge._That augmented stand-off Dan Parksa?" two first-half penalties.Campbell and the Warriors will be looking for a significantly improved performance when they begin their Celtic League campaign against Newport Gwent Dragons at Hughenden on Friday (kick-off 7.30pm).Newcastle Falcons 32 Glasgow Warriors 11Glasgowa?'s final warm-up match before the Celtic League gets underway on Friday came to a disappointing conclusion at Kingston Park tonight as they were on the wrong end of 5-1 try count against their English hosts.Head coach Hugh Campbell described the result as a a??wake-up calla?? and bemoaned basic mistakes that enabled Newcastle to dominate.a??Newcastle were just that bit slicker and more effective than we were in almost all aspects of play. We looked as if we were in pre-season mode,a?? he said.a??There were some positive aspects to our play but straight-forward errors let Newcastle off the hook and we also gave away needless penalties allowing them to dictate the game both in territory and possession.a??Falcons, who led 15-6 at half-time before a crowd of just short of 3,000, scored their points through tries by Tom May, Jamie Noon, Phil Dowson, Matt Burke and Anthony Elliott._Dave Walder kicked one penalty and two conversions.Warriors try came late in the game from substitute scrum-half Graeme Beveridge._That augmented stand-off Dan Parksa?" two first-half penalties.Campbell and the Warriors will be looking for a significantly improved performance when they begin their Celtic League campaign against Newport Gwent Dragons at Hughenden on Friday (kick-off 7.30pm).