Ita?'S Glasgow For Gregor

Glasgow Warriors stand-off Colin Gregor has re-signed for the club on a one year contract._The back, who was previously with the club on a specialist sevens contract, has scored an impressive 86 points in his eleven appearances for Glasgow so far this season (six starts, five as a replacement) including 21 of Glasgowa?'s 26 points in the victory over Munster at Thomond Park in February.Gregor, a member of the Scottish Institute of Sport, has recently returned to Glasgow following a spell away with the Scotland 7s team at the Commonwealth games in Melbourne followed by two tournaments on the IRB sevens circuit a?" Hong Kong and Singapore._He said: a??Ia?"ve really enjoyed my rugby at Glasgow and Ia?"m very happy to be staying here. Having been on a sevens contract means Ia?"ve split my time between the sevens side on the IRB circuit and playing XVs here with the Warriors but my new contract means I can concentrate fully on the XVs aspect of my game._With the recent changes at Glasgow and an encouraging mood in the club for next season, I feel very positive about my rugby here and Ia?"m now looking forward to having what will hopefully be a successful season with Glasgow.a??Warriors head coach Sean Lineen, said: a??Colin has worked hard and demonstrated to us that he really deserves this contract._Hea?'s a very skilful player and a good runner and passer and I think his background in sevens has gone a long way to developing those skills.a??COLIN GREGOR (Watsonians, Glasgow Warriors and Scottish Institute of Sport). Stand-off. Born 31.5.81 in Glasgow. Height 5ft 10ins. Weight 12st 8lbs. Colin was the key goal kicker in helping Scotland to a top eight finish in December 04a?'s IRB Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens, continuing that role alongside Clark Laidlaw in the South Africa tournament and the IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens in Hong Kong, where he helped his country to the quarter-finals. In 2006 he assisted in Scotlanda?'s double bowl winning success at the IRB New Zealand and USA Sevens before heading to Melbourne, Australia for the Commonwealth Games and then on to the IRB events in Hong Kong and Singapore having started in four consecutive matches for Glasgow earlier in the year._He began his playing days with Strathendrick before moving to New Zealand where he joined Ponsonby. He made his Watsonians debut against Grangemouth in 2000 and first represented Scotland in the Hong Kong Sevens in 2003. He is Scotland 7a?'s top points scorer in IRB competitions._International sevens caps a?" 15 Glasgow Warriors appearances - 17 Glasgow Warriors stand-off Colin Gregor has re-signed for the club on a one year contract._The back, who was previously with the club on a specialist sevens contract, has scored an impressive 86 points in his eleven appearances for Glasgow so far this season (six starts, five as a replacement) including 21 of Glasgowa?'s 26 points in the victory over Munster at Thomond Park in February.Gregor, a member of the Scottish Institute of Sport, has recently returned to Glasgow following a spell away with the Scotland 7s team at the Commonwealth games in Melbourne followed by two tournaments on the IRB sevens circuit a?" Hong Kong and Singapore._He said: a??Ia?"ve really enjoyed my rugby at Glasgow and Ia?"m very happy to be staying here. Having been on a sevens contract means Ia?"ve split my time between the sevens side on the IRB circuit and playing XVs here with the Warriors but my new contract means I can concentrate fully on the XVs aspect of my game._With the recent changes at Glasgow and an encouraging mood in the club for next season, I feel very positive about my rugby here and Ia?"m now looking forward to having what will hopefully be a successful season with Glasgow.a??Warriors head coach Sean Lineen, said: a??Colin has worked hard and demonstrated to us that he really deserves this contract._Hea?'s a very skilful player and a good runner and passer and I think his background in sevens has gone a long way to developing those skills.a??COLIN GREGOR (Watsonians, Glasgow Warriors and Scottish Institute of Sport). Stand-off. Born 31.5.81 in Glasgow. Height 5ft 10ins. Weight 12st 8lbs. Colin was the key goal kicker in helping Scotland to a top eight finish in December 04a?'s IRB Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens, continuing that role alongside Clark Laidlaw in the South Africa tournament and the IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens in Hong Kong, where he helped his country to the quarter-finals. In 2006 he assisted in Scotlanda?'s double bowl winning success at the IRB New Zealand and USA Sevens before heading to Melbourne, Australia for the Commonwealth Games and then on to the IRB events in Hong Kong and Singapore having started in four consecutive matches for Glasgow earlier in the year._He began his playing days with Strathendrick before moving to New Zealand where he joined Ponsonby. He made his Watsonians debut against Grangemouth in 2000 and first represented Scotland in the Hong Kong Sevens in 2003. He is Scotland 7a?'s top points scorer in IRB competitions._International sevens caps a?" 15 Glasgow Warriors appearances - 17