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Gregor Townsend explains why he picked all-Glasgow backline

Gregor Townsend has named an all-Glasgow Warriors backline for his first match at BT Murrayfield as Scotland coach in tomorrow’s opening autumn Test against Samoa.

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Jonny Gray blanks talk of move and aims for Scotland return

Jonny Gray is unfazed by recent speculation linking him with a move to England and is looking forward to 
getting back in a Scotland shirt after battling back from a wrist injury he suffered on the 
summer tour.

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Warriors favourite Callum Gibbins won’t rule out Scotland option

New Glasgow Warriors fans’ favourite Callum Gibbins will be attending this month’s Scotland v New Zealand match in “neutral colours” but the Kiwi hasn’t ruled out the possibility that one day he may run out at Murrayfield in the dark blue.

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 Glasgow Warriors George Horne scores his first try of the game.

Glasgow Warriors enjoy eightsome reel against Leinster

Glasgow extended their winning run in the Pro14 to eight and they sent Leinster home empty handed to boot. It was scant consolation after that European defeat two weeks back but at least Glasgow showed the best of themselves in this uneven match, attacking in the first half, defending after the break. Six of the seven tries scored last night came in a hectic opening half hour.

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 Warriors' Peter Horne, left, and George Horne. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS/SRU

Peter and George Horne start sibling rivalry with Leinster

Glasgow head coach Dave Rennie admits selecting two brothers as a half-back pairing
is a first in his coaching career but can be confident that Peter and George Horne shouldn’t be lacking in familiarity despite starting a professional game together for the first time.

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Glasgow Warriors' Adam Hastings in action against Southern Kings. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Adam Hastings hails fellow Glasgow Warriors newbie George Horne

Glasgow Warriors fans were given a glimpse of the future last weekend when Ali Price, Henry Pyrgos and Finn Russell were all rested, meaning that the starting half-back partnership to take on the Southern Kings at Scotstoun on Friday night consisted of 21-year-old stand-off Adam Hastings and 22-year-old scrum-half George Horne.

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Jonny Gray takes part in a Scotland training camp at the Oriam. Picture: SNS Group

Claims that Jonny Gray is moving to Bristol wide of the mark

Jonny Gray is not joining Bristol, The Scotsman has learned.

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Huw Jones joined the Scotland squad straight after his Currie Cup triumph with Western Province. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS/SRU

New chapter excites Huw Jones after ‘perfect ending’ in South Africa

For someone with minimal sleep following exuberant Saturday night celebrations and a 9,000-mile air journey not long completed, Huw Jones was looking remarkably fresh when he faced the media yesterday just a few hours after arriving in Edinburgh to take his place in Scotland’s autumn Test series squad

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Huw Jones in action for Western Province. Picture: Carl Fourie/Gallo Images/Getty Images

Currie Cup final ends Huw Jones’ South African adventure

There are not many Scots who have contested a Currie Cup final, although centre Huw Jones will make his second, and probably his last appearance in this afternoon’s tie. The finale of the South African domestic season sees Jones’ Western Province team take on the Sharks in Durban’s Kings Park Stadium.

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Zander Fagerson touches down during Glasgow Warriors emphatic victory over Southern Kings. Picture: SNS/SRU

Glasgow 43 - 13 Southern Kings: Home rule for Warriors

Glasgow Warriors made it seven wins from seven in the Guinness Pro14 with an emphatic seven-try win over the outclassed Southern Kings at Scotstoun last night.

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Glasgow Warriors' Adam Hastings. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Glasgow coach has faith in Adam Hastings and George Horne

Glasgow coach Dave Rennie insists he has confidence in the youthful half-back pairing he has selected for tonight’s meeting with the Southern Kings and believes both stand-off Adam Hastings and scrum-half George Horne can have important roles to play during the upcoming international window.

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Adam Hastings will start for Glasgow Warriors against Southern Kings on Friday. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

First Glasgow Warriors start for Adam Hastings against Kings

ADAM Hastings will get his first competitive start in a Glasgow Warriors jersey at stand-off against the Southern Kings in the Guinness Pro14 at Scotstoun tomorrow night.

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Nick Grigg, who has just signed a new two-year deal with Glasgow, was also included in Gregor Townsend's Scotland squad for the autumn Tests. Picture: SNS/SRU.

Scots call and Glasgow deal add to Nick Grigg’s adventure

Glasgow centre Nick Grigg freely admits that he came to Scotland for a bit of an adventure with no thought that he would soon be playing for the land of his Ayrshire 

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A disappointed Jonny Gray shakes hands with Leinsters Dan Leavy following Glasgow Warriors defeat on Saturday. Picture: Getty

Dougie Hall sees exciting times ahead for Glasgow Warriors

Former Glasgow and Scotland hooker Dougie Hall accepts that his old club are pretty much done for in Europe this season, but refuses to ignore the encouraging signs from the start of Dave Rennie’s tenure and still believes a thrilling season is in store.

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Leinsters Luke McGrath kicks for territory as Glasgow lock Tim Swinson attempts to block. Picture: SNS.

Stuart Hogg insists Glasgow Warriors’ Euro hopes are not over

Glasgow coach Dave Rennie was ready to admit that Saturday’s wounding home defeat by Leinster might lead to a shift of focus away from the European Champions Cup come the next round of games in December.

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Warriors' Adam Ashe is tackled by Leinster's James Ryn and Johnny Sexton. Picture: SNS

Glasgow Warriors 18 - 34 Leinster: Warriors’ Euro blow

A brace of Cian Healy tries subjected Glasgow to another harsh lesson in European rugby as they lost 34-18 at home to Leinster.

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Devin Toner is Leinster's major weapon at lineouts. Picture: SNS.

Allan Massie: Thrills and possible spills in prospect

Everyone knows how important it is to make a good start in European Cup competitions. Edinburgh managed that last week; Glasgow didn’t. Edinburgh have recently been a better cup side than league one.

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Stuart Hogg has been training hard and is ready to play. Picture: SNS.

Stuart Hogg smashes club speed test to earn a start for Glasgow

If Wile E. Coyote had his work cut out trying to catch Road Runner then he would have had no chance with Stuart Hogg.

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Stuart Hogg takes part in a Glasgow Warriors training session at Scotstoun. Picture: SNS Group/SRU

Stuart Hogg to make Glasgow Warriors comeback against Leinster

SCOTLAND full-back Stuart Hogg goes straight back into the starting XV for Glasgow’s crunch European Champions Cup clash against three-time champions Leinster at Scotstoun.

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Tommy Seymour breaks through to score against Leinster last year. action for Glasgow Warriors. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Tommy Seymour urges Warriors to have discipline against Leinster

It was September of last year and Leinster arrived at Glasgow’s Scotstoun ground understrength and still the Dublin side raced into a first-half lead thanks to three tries. The Warriors pinched one back when Sam Johnson’s superb bullet found Tommy Seymour unmarked on the left flank.

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