Get Along To Firhill To Watch Winning Warriors In Action

While the Warriors duo of Parks and Henderson were on winning international duty in Rome, two of Glasgowa?'s forwards have been on scoring form over the weekend for Aberdeen GSFP._Flanker Andrew Wilson, originally from Ellon in Aberdeenshire, scored two tries while prop Stuart Corsar, originally from Inverurie in Aberdeenshire, added another in the seven-try 39-10 thumping of Hawick.Corsara?'s score was heralded as the a??try of the daya?" by local paper the Press & Journal._On his sprinting over in the corner, he said:_"I enjoyed that one, but most of all I was happy to be part of a quality performance.a??Meanwhile, Warriors John Barclay, John Beattie, James Eddie and Iain Kennedy were all on winning representative duty again as Scotland U21 defeated their Italian counterparts 21-14 in Benevento on Friday.You dona?'t have to wait until the next international outing to see these Warriors in action though a?" come along to Firhill on Saturday 15 April (kick off 5.30pm) to see Glasgow take on Ulster in the Celtic League and remember, if you are a season ticket holder, vouchers 6 & 7 allow you to BRING TWO FRIENDS FOR FREE!To claim this offer in advance, please send your details and the vouchers to the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, EH12 5PJ (Tel: 0131 346 5100) alternatively, you can use the vouchers on the night of the game at the ground to get two friends into the match. The Warriors are still battling it out with the Gunners and Reivers to see who claims the two Heineken Cup spaces for Scottish teams so make sure you come along and make some noise for the Glasgow boys to spur them on their way to a successful end to the season.While the Warriors duo of Parks and Henderson were on winning international duty in Rome, two of Glasgowa?'s forwards have been on scoring form over the weekend for Aberdeen GSFP._Flanker Andrew Wilson, originally from Ellon in Aberdeenshire, scored two tries while prop Stuart Corsar, originally from Inverurie in Aberdeenshire, added another in the seven-try 39-10 thumping of Hawick.Corsara?'s score was heralded as the a??try of the daya?" by local paper the Press & Journal._On his sprinting over in the corner, he said:_"I enjoyed that one, but most of all I was happy to be part of a quality performance.a??Meanwhile, Warriors John Barclay, John Beattie, James Eddie and Iain Kennedy were all on winning representative duty again as Scotland U21 defeated their Italian counterparts 21-14 in Benevento on Friday.You dona?'t have to wait until the next international outing to see these Warriors in action though a?" come along to Firhill on Saturday 15 April (kick off 5.30pm) to see Glasgow take on Ulster in the Celtic League and remember, if you are a season ticket holder, vouchers 6 & 7 allow you to BRING TWO FRIENDS FOR FREE!To claim this offer in advance, please send your details and the vouchers to the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, EH12 5PJ (Tel: 0131 346 5100) alternatively, you can use the vouchers on the night of the game at the ground to get two friends into the match. The Warriors are still battling it out with the Gunners and Reivers to see who claims the two Heineken Cup spaces for Scottish teams so make sure you come along and make some noise for the Glasgow boys to spur them on their way to a successful end to the season.