Warriors Centre On The Move

Glasgow Warriors and Scotland centre Andy Craig has requested an early release from his Glasgow contract.Warriors and Scottish Rugby management have agreed to release the 23 times capped mid-fielder who is due to move to Leeds Tykes.The process of sourcing a replacement for the Glasgow midfield is underway a?" an announcement of which will be made in due course. Warriors head coach Hugh Campbell said: a??Andya?'s contract was due to finish with us at the end of this season._He requested an early release to pursue his playing elsewhere so ita?'s by mutual agreement that hea?'s leaving the Warriors and we wish him all the very best.a??Craig added: a??Ia?"ve enjoyed my playing time and made a lot of good friends at Glasgow and when this chance came to play for Leeds, I thought ita?'d be another good opportunity for me and Ia?"m looking forward to starting with them.a??ANDY CRAIG Centre._Born 16.3.76 in St Helens._6ft 1in, 14st 9lbs._Andrew Craig raised his try tally for Scotland to eight when he scored in Scotlanda?'s last match of the 2005 RBS 6 Nations._Craig made his Scotland rugby union debut against Canada on the 2002 tour to North America and followed up with a try in the 65-23 win against USA._He made his biggest impression on a Scotland game to date in the 2002 Autumn Test against Fiji as he scored a hat-trick of tries._He qualifies for Scotland through a paternal grandfather from Aberdeen and helped Orrell win promotion in season 2001-2002 to Englanda?'s National League Division One before joining Glasgow Rugby in the summer of 2004._He has already represented Scotland at rugby league, having graduated from the Great Britain Academy._In league he has played for Wigan, Halifax Blue Sox, Widnes and Swinton._He has also represented the Scottish Exiles.International record: 23 caps._2002 a?" C USA R SA Fj. 2003 a?" I F(rep) W(rep) E It SA1 SA2 W I WC(J USA F)._2004 a?" A(rep). 2005 a?" F I It W E._ Points: 40 a?" 8 tries. Glasgow Warriors and Scotland centre Andy Craig has requested an early release from his Glasgow contract.Warriors and Scottish Rugby management have agreed to release the 23 times capped mid-fielder who is due to move to Leeds Tykes.The process of sourcing a replacement for the Glasgow midfield is underway a?" an announcement of which will be made in due course. Warriors head coach Hugh Campbell said: a??Andya?'s contract was due to finish with us at the end of this season._He requested an early release to pursue his playing elsewhere so ita?'s by mutual agreement that hea?'s leaving the Warriors and we wish him all the very best.a??Craig added: a??Ia?"ve enjoyed my playing time and made a lot of good friends at Glasgow and when this chance came to play for Leeds, I thought ita?'d be another good opportunity for me and Ia?"m looking forward to starting with them.a??ANDY CRAIG Centre._Born 16.3.76 in St Helens._6ft 1in, 14st 9lbs._Andrew Craig raised his try tally for Scotland to eight when he scored in Scotlanda?'s last match of the 2005 RBS 6 Nations._Craig made his Scotland rugby union debut against Canada on the 2002 tour to North America and followed up with a try in the 65-23 win against USA._He made his biggest impression on a Scotland game to date in the 2002 Autumn Test against Fiji as he scored a hat-trick of tries._He qualifies for Scotland through a paternal grandfather from Aberdeen and helped Orrell win promotion in season 2001-2002 to Englanda?'s National League Division One before joining Glasgow Rugby in the summer of 2004._He has already represented Scotland at rugby league, having graduated from the Great Britain Academy._In league he has played for Wigan, Halifax Blue Sox, Widnes and Swinton._He has also represented the Scottish Exiles.International record: 23 caps._2002 a?" C USA R SA Fj. 2003 a?" I F(rep) W(rep) E It SA1 SA2 W I WC(J USA F)._2004 a?" A(rep). 2005 a?" F I It W E._ Points: 40 a?" 8 tries.