Smells Like Team Spirit For Ally

Glasgow captain Ally Kellock insists team spirit will ensure the Warriors bounce back from the defeat by Ulster when they travel to Italy this weekend.The Warriors lost 8-19 to the Magners League leaders at Hughenden as their run of six successive wins at home came to an end.Now, ahead of the European Challenge Cup trip to GRAN Parma on Saturday, the Scotland international has highlighted the morale in the squad as the catalyst for success this weekend.Ally told the official Warriors website: a??The weekend defeat was disappointing, but we are not going to dwell on it. That is done now and it is time to look towards GRAN Parma at the weekend._a??We had built a good record at Hughenden in recent weeks with six successive wins, but we now have to start aiming for another successful streak.a??The spirit within the squad remains high and we are looking forward to the game this weekend.a??But Ulster really are the kind of team we should be aspiring to in the future. They are very strong and their status in the Magners League and European competition comes as no surprise to anyone.a??Today, though, the work has started on the next game and we will get the weekend defeat out of our system.a??And we are determined to bring the points home to Glasgow on Saturday to set up an exciting end to the pool stage when Saracens come to Hughenden the following week.a??Glasgow captain Ally Kellock insists team spirit will ensure the Warriors bounce back from the defeat by Ulster when they travel to Italy this weekend.The Warriors lost 8-19 to the Magners League leaders at Hughenden as their run of six successive wins at home came to an end.Now, ahead of the European Challenge Cup trip to GRAN Parma on Saturday, the Scotland international has highlighted the morale in the squad as the catalyst for success this weekend.Ally told the official Warriors website: a??The weekend defeat was disappointing, but we are not going to dwell on it. That is done now and it is time to look towards GRAN Parma at the weekend._a??We had built a good record at Hughenden in recent weeks with six successive wins, but we now have to start aiming for another successful streak.a??The spirit within the squad remains high and we are looking forward to the game this weekend.a??But Ulster really are the kind of team we should be aspiring to in the future. They are very strong and their status in the Magners League and European competition comes as no surprise to anyone.a??Today, though, the work has started on the next game and we will get the weekend defeat out of our system.a??And we are determined to bring the points home to Glasgow on Saturday to set up an exciting end to the pool stage when Saracens come to Hughenden the following week.a??