Super6 Pro-Alignment Fixture Review

Super6 Pro-Alignment Fixture Review

In the opening few moments of the game both Glasgow and Edinburgh sides got tries on the score board through Marcus Holden (Glasgow stand-off) and Wallace Nelson (Edinburgh’s openside flanker) with his try converted by Jason Baggott.

Near the half-hour mark young hooker Jerry Blyth-Lafferty went over for the Glasgow side before Edinburgh’s Billy Wara dotted down in the corner from the back of scrum-half Rory Brand’s chip over the top.

HT GLASGOW 10-14 EDINBURGH

Although Edinburgh had the lead at half-time Glasgow hit back with two tries in quick succession from scrum-half Ruaridh Swan and a great team try which was finished off by Logan Trotter.

From a line out Edinburgh’s centre Dom Coetzer pierced a hole in the Glasgow defence. he offloaded to Nyle Godsmark who went in for a score which was converted by Baggott.

In the last few moments of the game Edinburgh ran in a score from within their own 22, Baggott was on hand with the supporting lines to run in a score and win it for the city side.

Full-time: Glasgow 24-26 Edinburgh

Player of the Match: Rory Jackson (Glasgow/Ayrshire Bulls)

Referee: Hollie Davidson

TRIES
Glasgow: Jerry Blyth-Lafferty, Marcus Holden, Ruaridh Swan, Logan Trotter.
Edinburgh: Nyle Godsmark, Jason Baggott, Billy Wara, Wallace Nelson.

CONVERSIONS
Glasgow: Marcus Holden (2)
Edinburgh: Jason Baggott (3)

Yellow Cards
Edinburgh: Billy Wara
Glasgow: Connor Gordon

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