Glasgow Warriors news

Rory McKay will make his first start for Glasgow for nearly a year when the Celtic League campaign continues with the match against Munster tomorrow at Hughenden.His last starting appearance was in th
Gordon McIlwham, the former Glasgow and Scotland prop forward, will return to his former home ground, Hughenden, later this week.
Glasgow's professional players are actively involved in helping in the development of the district's most promising youngsters.Calvin Howarth has been assisting in the coaching of the Glasgow squad pr
Glasgow Hawks, the newly crowned Scottish champions, and three of their players, Mark Sitch, Stephen Duffy, and Stephen Biggart, have been nominated for Glasgow Rugby Awards.
The Borders 11, Glasgow 15Glasgow took a much-needed win away from Netherdale this evening.
Jon Petrie and Andrew Henderson have been released from the Scotland squad to play for Glasgow in the Celtic League match against The Borders at Netherdale tomorrow.
Glasgow's Celtic League match against Llanelli Scarlets at Wrexham has been arranged for Saturday 1 May (kick-off 5.30pm).
Glasgow closed their district under-18 championship programme by scoring their first win in the tournament, beating the Borders 22-8 this afternoon at Poynder Park, Kelso.
GLASGOW 48, GWENT DRAGONS 20A sensational performance by Glasgow provided seven tries against Celtic League leaders Gwent Dragons.
Dan Parks has been released from the Scotland squad to start for Glasgow Rugby in their match against Celtic League leaders Gwent Dragons at Hughenden tomorrow night._Glasgow will be without their rec