Warriors On Track For Churchill Final

The Glasgow Warriors players in the Scotland A team are on track for the Barclays Churchill Cup final following the 15-10 win over Canada in Ottawa.Warriors Graeme Morrison and Craig Hamilton, who were in the starting line-up, contributed hugely to Scotland Aa?'s solid performance both in attack, where Hamilton was nearly on track to score a try (as was the case in their first game) and particularly from Morrison, in defence.Glasgowa?'s Rory Lamont and Fergus Thomson came off the bench to join the action in the second half.The Scots will compete in the final on Saturday 17 June (kick off 7.30pm UK time) against the winner of pool B, likely to be Ireland A or NZ Maori._The Maori beat co-hosts USA Eagles 74-6 in their first outing of the tournament, scoring 12 tries in the process.SCOTLAND A 15_CANADA 10SCORING BREAKDOWN5 mins a?" TRY Nikki Walker (0-5)5 mins a?" CON Calum MacRae (0-7)24 mins a?" TRY Simon Danielli (0-12)24 mins a?" Miss CON Calum MacRae (0-12)29 mins a?" TRY Mike Pyke (5-12)29 mins a?" CON James Pritchard (7-12)35 mins a?" PEN James Pritchard (10-12)HALF-TIME SCORE a?" CANADA 10, SCOTLAND A 1243 mins a?" PEN miss James Pritchard (10-12)77 mins a?" DG Godman (10-15)Barclays Churchill Cup man of the match: Justin Mensah-CokerScotland A: Calum MacRae (Border Reivers); Simon Danielli (Border Reivers), Graeme Morrison (Glasgow Warriors), Nick De Luca (Edinburgh Gunners), Nikki Walker (Border Reivers); Phil Godman (Edinburgh Gunners), Rory Lawson (Edinburgh Gunners) CAPTAIN; Alasdair Dickinson (Edinburgh Gunners), Andrew Kelly (Edinburgh Gunners), Colin Noon (Biarritz), Andy Hall (Newport-Gwent Dragons), Craig Hamilton (Glasgow Warriors), Scott Gray (Border Reivers), Andy Miller (Border Reivers), Jon Dunbar (Leeds Tykes)Substitutes: Allan Jacobsen (Edinburgh Gunners) for Noon (40 mins), Fergus Thomson (Glasgow Warriors) for Kelly, Ross Beattie (Northampton Saints) for Gray and Alasdair Strokosch (Edinburgh Gunners) for Gray (all 58 mins), Mark Rennie (Lyon) for Hall (64 mins), Rory Lamont (Glasgow Warriors) for De Luca (71 mins)Unused: Colin Gregor (Glasgow Warriors) The Glasgow Warriors players in the Scotland A team are on track for the Barclays Churchill Cup final following the 15-10 win over Canada in Ottawa.Warriors Graeme Morrison and Craig Hamilton, who were in the starting line-up, contributed hugely to Scotland Aa?'s solid performance both in attack, where Hamilton was nearly on track to score a try (as was the case in their first game) and particularly from Morrison, in defence.Glasgowa?'s Rory Lamont and Fergus Thomson came off the bench to join the action in the second half.The Scots will compete in the final on Saturday 17 June (kick off 7.30pm UK time) against the winner of pool B, likely to be Ireland A or NZ Maori._The Maori beat co-hosts USA Eagles 74-6 in their first outing of the tournament, scoring 12 tries in the process.SCOTLAND A 15_CANADA 10SCORING BREAKDOWN5 mins a?" TRY Nikki Walker (0-5)5 mins a?" CON Calum MacRae (0-7)24 mins a?" TRY Simon Danielli (0-12)24 mins a?" Miss CON Calum MacRae (0-12)29 mins a?" TRY Mike Pyke (5-12)29 mins a?" CON James Pritchard (7-12)35 mins a?" PEN James Pritchard (10-12)HALF-TIME SCORE a?" CANADA 10, SCOTLAND A 1243 mins a?" PEN miss James Pritchard (10-12)77 mins a?" DG Godman (10-15)Barclays Churchill Cup man of the match: Justin Mensah-CokerScotland A: Calum MacRae (Border Reivers); Simon Danielli (Border Reivers), Graeme Morrison (Glasgow Warriors), Nick De Luca (Edinburgh Gunners), Nikki Walker (Border Reivers); Phil Godman (Edinburgh Gunners), Rory Lawson (Edinburgh Gunners) CAPTAIN; Alasdair Dickinson (Edinburgh Gunners), Andrew Kelly (Edinburgh Gunners), Colin Noon (Biarritz), Andy Hall (Newport-Gwent Dragons), Craig Hamilton (Glasgow Warriors), Scott Gray (Border Reivers), Andy Miller (Border Reivers), Jon Dunbar (Leeds Tykes)Substitutes: Allan Jacobsen (Edinburgh Gunners) for Noon (40 mins), Fergus Thomson (Glasgow Warriors) for Kelly, Ross Beattie (Northampton Saints) for Gray and Alasdair Strokosch (Edinburgh Gunners) for Gray (all 58 mins), Mark Rennie (Lyon) for Hall (64 mins), Rory Lamont (Glasgow Warriors) for De Luca (71 mins)Unused: Colin Gregor (Glasgow Warriors)