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Sat 16
HAWKS
26
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29
League
Heriot's
P Boyer, C Fenton, G Stewart, R Beattie
Tries
J Steele (3)
Conversions

Match preview

By Hugh Barrow
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WHAT THE COACHES SAY –

“After a good win last week against Ayr we must ensure that we do not rest on our laurels, and that we keep working hard with the same desire and desperation to win. We know that Heriot’s have had a tough week’s training and it mirrors what we did last week so we know that they will be fired up and desperate to come to Scotstoun and win. They have been very unlucky not to win both of their opening two games and we know that they will click eventually. We will be looking to continue with the physicality we brought last week and hopefully tighten up on our discipline and keep 15 players on the pitch for 80 minutes …” – Fin Gillies (Glasgow Hawks)

“Despite a second close defeat last week the boys know they are getting a little bit closer to where we would like to be. With high-flying Hawks up next this should help focus the minds even more as we strive to kick-start our season. The added incentive of playing at the Warriors home ground and the Bill McLaren Shield being up for grabs will no doubt add a bit of spice in what is always a keenly contested match …” – Phil Smith (Heriot’s)

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Match details

Match date

Sat 16, Sep 2017

Kickoff

14:00

Competition

BT Premiership

League position

4
Glasgow Hawks
5
Heriot's