More Of The Same From Glasgow

Glasgow Warriors head coach Sean Lineen has stuck with the same line-up that beat Narbonne 51-7 last Friday for the return European Challenge Cup fixture in the South of France this weekend.With tries from Andy Henderson, Kevin Tkachuk, Graeme Beveridge, Scott Barrow, Thom Evans and man of the match Rory Lamont and the rest of the points coming from the boot of Dan Parks (with the exception of a Colin Gregor conversion), the Warriors will be keen to repeat their winning score line as they head to Parc des Sports et de la?" Amitie.Lineen said: a??We were all very pleased with Fridaya?'s performance which kept our home winning streak going and meant that we scored 120 points at home from just our past two games._Wea?"re under no illusions though that ita?"ll be a different matter when we take on Narbonne on their patch on Saturday._Theya?"ll be smarting from last weeka?'s result and will want to make amends for losing more than 50 points on their visit to Scotland._a??Saturdaya?'s match will be one of the toughest wea?"ve faced this season and I know our guys are up to the test._Ita?'s a big ask for the likes of Moray Low but given his excellent performance last Friday, I have no doubt that hea?'s up to the challenge and Ia?"m confident that hea?'s well prepared for another start._The team have an added air of confidence about them for this fixture and thata?'s one that we want to continue to build upon, particularly with our next home game being at home against Edinburgh [Hughenden, Fri 22 December, 7.30pm].a??The Glasgow Warriors team to play Narbonne on Saturday 16 December (kick off 7.30pm local time) is:15 Rory Lamont14 Hefin Oa?"Hare13 Andrew Henderson12 Scott Barrow11 Thom Evans10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Justin Vaa?"a2 Scott Lawson*3 Moray Low**4 Andy Newman5 Alastair Kellock*_CAPTAIN6 Andrew Wilson*7 John Barclay*8_ Jon PetrieSubstitutes:16" Fergus Thomson*17" Kevin Tkachuk18" Dan Turner19" James Eddie20" Steve Swindall21" Colin Gregor22" Sean MarsdenUnavailable for selection due to injury:Johnnie Beattie* (ankle), Willie Brown** (jaw), Francisco Leonelli (hip), Donnie Macfadyen (thigh), Graeme Morrison (groin), Euan Murray* (heel), Sam Pinder (shoulder), Mike Roberts (jaw).The following National Academy players are being made available to play for their clubs this weekend: Ben Addison** (Stirling County), Calum Forrester** (GHA), Jamie Hunter** (Hillhead/Jordanhill), Allan Kelly** (Glasgow Hawks) and Colin White** (Ayr), in the following fixtures: Currie v Glasgow Hawks, Melrose v Ayr, GHA v Jed-Forest and Hillhead/Jordanhill v Stirling County.* Member of the Scottish Institute of Sport** Member of the West of Scotland Institute of SportGlasgow Warriors head coach Sean Lineen has stuck with the same line-up that beat Narbonne 51-7 last Friday for the return European Challenge Cup fixture in the South of France this weekend.With tries from Andy Henderson, Kevin Tkachuk, Graeme Beveridge, Scott Barrow, Thom Evans and man of the match Rory Lamont and the rest of the points coming from the boot of Dan Parks (with the exception of a Colin Gregor conversion), the Warriors will be keen to repeat their winning score line as they head to Parc des Sports et de la?" Amitie.Lineen said: a??We were all very pleased with Fridaya?'s performance which kept our home winning streak going and meant that we scored 120 points at home from just our past two games._Wea?"re under no illusions though that ita?"ll be a different matter when we take on Narbonne on their patch on Saturday._Theya?"ll be smarting from last weeka?'s result and will want to make amends for losing more than 50 points on their visit to Scotland._a??Saturdaya?'s match will be one of the toughest wea?"ve faced this season and I know our guys are up to the test._Ita?'s a big ask for the likes of Moray Low but given his excellent performance last Friday, I have no doubt that hea?'s up to the challenge and Ia?"m confident that hea?'s well prepared for another start._The team have an added air of confidence about them for this fixture and thata?'s one that we want to continue to build upon, particularly with our next home game being at home against Edinburgh [Hughenden, Fri 22 December, 7.30pm].a??The Glasgow Warriors team to play Narbonne on Saturday 16 December (kick off 7.30pm local time) is:15 Rory Lamont14 Hefin Oa?"Hare13 Andrew Henderson12 Scott Barrow11 Thom Evans10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Justin Vaa?"a2 Scott Lawson*3 Moray Low**4 Andy Newman5 Alastair Kellock*_CAPTAIN6 Andrew Wilson*7 John Barclay*8_ Jon PetrieSubstitutes:16" Fergus Thomson*17" Kevin Tkachuk18" Dan Turner19" James Eddie20" Steve Swindall21" Colin Gregor22" Sean MarsdenUnavailable for selection due to injury:Johnnie Beattie* (ankle), Willie Brown** (jaw), Francisco Leonelli (hip), Donnie Macfadyen (thigh), Graeme Morrison (groin), Euan Murray* (heel), Sam Pinder (shoulder), Mike Roberts (jaw).The following National Academy players are being made available to play for their clubs this weekend: Ben Addison** (Stirling County), Calum Forrester** (GHA), Jamie Hunter** (Hillhead/Jordanhill), Allan Kelly** (Glasgow Hawks) and Colin White** (Ayr), in the following fixtures: Currie v Glasgow Hawks, Melrose v Ayr, GHA v Jed-Forest and Hillhead/Jordanhill v Stirling County.* Member of the Scottish Institute of Sport** Member of the West of Scotland Institute of Sport