Mcmillan Returns To Glasgow

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Mark McMillan
Scrum-half Mark McMillan will return to Scotland this summer after signing a two-year-deal with Glasgow Warriors.

McMillan, a Heineken Cup winner in 2007 with London Wasps and former Scotland Under-21 captain, enjoyed a previous spell with Glasgow in season 2003/04, making his debut in the Celtic Cup victory over Celtic Warriors at Bridgend.

From Glasgow, McMillan joined Leeds Tykes in 2004 before heading to London in 2006.

On his return to Glasgow, McMillan, a product of the Stirling County club, said: "I"m really looking forward to joining up with Glasgow again. The Warriors have a very hungry and ambitious squad and I"m no different.

"By returning to Scotland, I"m not only looking to enhance my own international ambitions, but I thoroughly believe that Glasgow have a squad of boys that will continue to push at the top end of the Magners League and in Europe."

Warriors head coach, Sean Lineen, added: "I remember Mark from when I first started with Glasgow. He epitomises the Scottish spirit.

"Mark has always been professional in his approach and he"ll be a fantastic addition to our team. I see him as a real leader."

Season Tickets
Season tickets for the 2008/09 campaign are now available. Season ticket prices for the new season are frozen for adults, remaining at _150, a saving of _65 compared to buying tickets for individual games. That's the equivalent saving of four free games!

A new structure has been implemented for concessions and under-18s.

The concession ticket will be available to students and OAPs, priced at _80, with supporters under the age of 18 getting to see 13 games of top-flight professional rugby for only _30, the equivalent of just _2.30 per game.

In addition to the new season ticket pricing, Warriors fans will also receive additional benefits.
Firstly, season ticket holders will be able to attend the pre-season friendly against Bristol on Friday 22 August and the away Magners League fixture against Edinburgh at Murrayfield free of charge.

Also included is the opportunity to attend a Partick Thistle league game at Firhill absolutely free (more details of this offer will follow in due course).

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