Eddiea?'S A Winner As Warriors Prepare For City Sevens

The Glasgow Warriors squad for the Jenkins & Marr Glasgow City Sevens (tomorrow, Saturday 13 May, Cartha QP RFC, Dumbreck, Glasgow from 1.30pm) is as follows:Andrew Wilson, Stevie Swindall, Eric Milligan, Iain Kennedy, Graydon Staniforth, Ben Addison (Stirling County, Central Institute of Sport, Scotland U21), Richard Mill (Stirling County, Central Scotland Institute of Sport, Scotland U19), Allan Kelly (Hillhead/Jordanhill, West of Scotland Institute of Sport, Scotland U21), AJ MacFarlane (GHA, Scotland U21), Colin White (Stirling County and Central Scotland Institute of Sport, Scotland U21).Scotlanda?'s three professional teams will be in action at the event as will Guinness Premiership side Sale Sharks and CUS Torino from Glasgowa?'s twin city of Turin._A number of Scottish clubs will also be taking part including: Aberdeen GSFP, Dundee HSFP, Edinburgh Academicals, GHA, Glasgow Hawks, Hamilton, Hillhead Jordanhill, Melrose, West of Scotland and of course hosts Cartha Queens Park.Entry to the ground is A?5 for adults (including a souvenir programme) and free for under-18s.Meanwhile Warriors lock James Eddie has been awarded the William Purves Quaich as Outstanding Scottish Young Player of the Year._The award, presented by Friends of Scottish Rugby at the Caledonia Club in London, reflects Eddiea?'s hard work throughout the season, not only with the Warriors but also with the Scotland Under 21 team._He said: a??Ia?"m really pleased to be selected for this award._It has been a long and hard season but to gain recognition like this is just great, especially since Ia?"ve been getting more starts for Glasgow recently so I feel that my rugbya?'s really coming together now.a??_Previous Glasgow Warriors recipients of the award include Stuart Corsar, Andrew Wilson and Donnie Macfadyen._Eddie was this week named in the Scotland squad for the IRB U21 World Championship in France alongside fellow Glasgow players John Barclay, John Beattie and Iain Kennedy.The Glasgow Warriors squad for the Jenkins & Marr Glasgow City Sevens (tomorrow, Saturday 13 May, Cartha QP RFC, Dumbreck, Glasgow from 1.30pm) is as follows:Andrew Wilson, Stevie Swindall, Eric Milligan, Iain Kennedy, Graydon Staniforth, Ben Addison (Stirling County, Central Institute of Sport, Scotland U21), Richard Mill (Stirling County, Central Scotland Institute of Sport, Scotland U19), Allan Kelly (Hillhead/Jordanhill, West of Scotland Institute of Sport, Scotland U21), AJ MacFarlane (GHA, Scotland U21), Colin White (Stirling County and Central Scotland Institute of Sport, Scotland U21).Scotlanda?'s three professional teams will be in action at the event as will Guinness Premiership side Sale Sharks and CUS Torino from Glasgowa?'s twin city of Turin._A number of Scottish clubs will also be taking part including: Aberdeen GSFP, Dundee HSFP, Edinburgh Academicals, GHA, Glasgow Hawks, Hamilton, Hillhead Jordanhill, Melrose, West of Scotland and of course hosts Cartha Queens Park.Entry to the ground is A?5 for adults (including a souvenir programme) and free for under-18s.Meanwhile Warriors lock James Eddie has been awarded the William Purves Quaich as Outstanding Scottish Young Player of the Year._The award, presented by Friends of Scottish Rugby at the Caledonia Club in London, reflects Eddiea?'s hard work throughout the season, not only with the Warriors but also with the Scotland Under 21 team._He said: a??Ia?"m really pleased to be selected for this award._It has been a long and hard season but to gain recognition like this is just great, especially since Ia?"ve been getting more starts for Glasgow recently so I feel that my rugbya?'s really coming together now.a??_Previous Glasgow Warriors recipients of the award include Stuart Corsar, Andrew Wilson and Donnie Macfadyen._Eddie was this week named in the Scotland squad for the IRB U21 World Championship in France alongside fellow Glasgow players John Barclay, John Beattie and Iain Kennedy.