Glasgow Remain At Hughenden Home For Ulster Clash

Glasgow Warriors can confirm that their next Magners League home match, against Ulster on Saturday 6 January 2007 (kick off 5.30pm), will be played at their regular home ground, Hughenden, in Glasgowa?'s West End.Broadcast commitments mean the match will be played on the Saturday rather than the cluba?'s preferred Friday evening, which means that the Hillhead Sports Club main function room will be unavailable due to another event (a wedding reception)._However, the rest of the ground and facilities remain available to the Warriors and the match will go ahead at Hughenden as scheduled.Glasgow Warriors head coach Sean Lineen said: a??Wea?"ve now had six home wins in a row at Hughenden and want to capitalise on that home advantage as the match against Ulster will be exceptionally tough._The continuity is important to both our players and supporters so wea?"re pleased to be able to plan ahead as usual for our next match at Hughenden.a??In the meantime, the Warriors are preparing for their second derby clash in as many weeks as they face Border Reivers on Friday night (29th) at Netherdale (kick off 7.30pm)._Tickets are available in advance from www.scottishrugby.org or by calling 0131 346 5100 or at the ground on the evening of the game._The Glasgow Warriors Supporters Club is running a bus from to the game at Netherdale._The bus will leave from Waxy Oa?"Connors on George Square at 4pm on Friday 29 December.To book tickets (A?10 each), supporters can visit the Warriorsa?" unofficial site: www.glasgowwarriors.com or post their name and contact details with a cheque made payable to GPTSC to Graham Smith, c/o Abacus, 7-9 Gibson St, Glasgow G13 1PU; Tel: 0141-342 4300._Alternatively, they can call in and see Graham in person at Abacus on Gibson Street.Glasgow Warriors can confirm that their next Magners League home match, against Ulster on Saturday 6 January 2007 (kick off 5.30pm), will be played at their regular home ground, Hughenden, in Glasgowa?'s West End.Broadcast commitments mean the match will be played on the Saturday rather than the cluba?'s preferred Friday evening, which means that the Hillhead Sports Club main function room will be unavailable due to another event (a wedding reception)._However, the rest of the ground and facilities remain available to the Warriors and the match will go ahead at Hughenden as scheduled.Glasgow Warriors head coach Sean Lineen said: a??Wea?"ve now had six home wins in a row at Hughenden and want to capitalise on that home advantage as the match against Ulster will be exceptionally tough._The continuity is important to both our players and supporters so wea?"re pleased to be able to plan ahead as usual for our next match at Hughenden.a??In the meantime, the Warriors are preparing for their second derby clash in as many weeks as they face Border Reivers on Friday night (29th) at Netherdale (kick off 7.30pm)._Tickets are available in advance from www.scottishrugby.org or by calling 0131 346 5100 or at the ground on the evening of the game._The Glasgow Warriors Supporters Club is running a bus from to the game at Netherdale._The bus will leave from Waxy Oa?"Connors on George Square at 4pm on Friday 29 December.To book tickets (A?10 each), supporters can visit the Warriorsa?" unofficial site: www.glasgowwarriors.com or post their name and contact details with a cheque made payable to GPTSC to Graham Smith, c/o Abacus, 7-9 Gibson St, Glasgow G13 1PU; Tel: 0141-342 4300._Alternatively, they can call in and see Graham in person at Abacus on Gibson Street.