Weekend Update

Weekend Update

It's been a busy week for Warriors on international duty - catch up with everything in our latest Weekend Update.

Edged out at the Aviva

It was a narrow defeat for Scotland in their Guinness Six Nations opener in Dublin, as Gregor Townsend’s side suffered a narrow 19-12 defeat to Ireland at the Aviva Stadium.

Adam Hastings kicked all of Scotland’s points on Saturday evening, whilst there were also milestone appearances for Scott Cummings and George Horne.

Scotland run Ireland close at Donnybrook

Scotland also found themselves edged out in their opening match of the Women’s Six Nations at Donnybrook, as a late Irish interception ultimately saw Philip Doyle’s team come up short.

Club XV and U20s battle to end

Both Scotland Club XV and Scotland U20s were ultimately left empty-handed from their clashes with their Irish counterparts, despite some free-flowing rugby from the men in blue.

History for former Warrior in Sydney

Meanwhile in Australia, there was a landmark moment for Warrior #250 as Robbie Fergusson passed 300 points in a Scotland 7s shirt.

The Scotland co-captain helped his side to an 11th place finish in Sydney, with the squad also containing current Warrior Paddy Kelly and former Glasgow man Max McFarland.

Fans favourite moment crowned

Ahead of the Guinness Six Nations getting underway, the Warrior Nation were on hand to debate, vote for and crown their favourite moment involving a Warriors player from the last 20 years.

It was Finn Russell’s pass to Huw Jones against England in 2018 that ultimately claimed the honours, emerging victorious from a stellar field.

Warriors return in under two weeks

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Spend it at Scotstoun with us, as Glasgow Warriors take on Zebre in the Guinness PRO14!

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