GLASGOW scrum-half Henry Pyrgos speaks to the Scotsman Rugby Show, in association with Ginger Grouse, this week and gives us some insight into a life battling Scotland star Chris Cusiter and Fijian Niko Matawalu for the no 9 jersey at Glasgow, and his hopes to force his way among Cusiter and Greig Laidlaw when it comes to the opening Scotland match in the RBS Six Nations Championship.
The former Scotland under-20 cap looks back on a stunning opening to the Heineken Cup in Toulon and insists that the players have learned lessons
from that match, not least himself after he was taken off at half-time in the south of France.
If the Warriors can overcome Toulon at Scotstoun on Saturday they would give themselves a chance, albeit slim, of qualifying for the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-finals and Pyrgos is hopeful of playing his part.
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THE SCOTSMAN RUGBY SHOW IN ASSOCIATION WITH GINGER GROUSE