Glasgow Warriors news

Congratulations to the Glasgow Rugby Cheerleaders!
Glasgow Buccaneers beat the Glasgow Stand Alone Schools by 12-5 in an under-18 Pathway match at Whitecraigs this evening.Glasgow Buccaneers beat the Glasgow Stand Alone Schools by 12-5 in an under-18
Glasgow 13, Ulster 20Glasgow failed in their bid to be the first through to the Celtic Cup final, though it was only narrowly that they lost to Ulster at Hughenden tonight.
Cammy Mather will be back in his accustomed role as Glasgow's captain tomorrow less than a week after he played for Scotland in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Australia.
Glasgow's Pathway under-16 A team scored six tries in beating the Glasgow Stand Alone Schools by 41-0 at Cartha Queen's Park this evening.John Goldie (Ayr) scored two of the tries.
Glasgow's Stand Alone Schools have an under-16 match against the Glasgow Pathway A team at Cartha Queen's Park RFC on Wednesday evening (kick-off 7.00pm).
Cammy Mather is set to captain Glasgow in their Celtic Cup semi-final against Ulster at Hughenden on Friday night - less than a week after playing for Scotland in the World Cup quarter-final against A
Celtic Warriors 29, Glasgow 23Glasgow lost this evening, their third defeat in successive Celtic League games.
David Millard, the former Aberdeen Grammar wing, has been recalled by Glasgow for the Celtic League match against Celtic Warriors tomorrow evening at Brewery Field, Bridgend.
Glasgow 10, Leinster 31Glasgow completed an unwelcome foursome tonight with defeat by Leinster at Hughenden.