Scotstoun Stadium


40 - 7
verses icon



Full Time 40-7 to Glasgow Warriors

The Warriors climb to second in the United Rugby Championship league table!

Join us next time at Scotstoun as we take on Cardiff Rugby on the 22nd March at 7:35PM


Ruraraidh Hart makes debut

In the final 5 minutes Hart comes on to debut for the Warriors!


Another Try!

Another try as we enter the last five minutes, and one that was so quick you would nearly miss it. A lineout on the 5′ is played out quickly with the Skipper going over the line.

And conversion made!


7 minutes to go

A messy few moments of play from both teams as the ball goes flying backwards and forwards ending in a Glasgow try as the clock begins to tick down.


Cordero scores try on his debut!

After a ball is perfectly sent across to the wing Facundo Cordero scores his first try for the Warriors on his debut!

Conversion missed.


Final 10 minutes

The Glasgow Warriors are not giving up yet as the push on from a lineout into a rolling maul and Ollie Kebbie forcing his way through the Dragons defence to bring them back to the 5′


So close

After seamless play from their lineout on the half way line Warriors swiftly move down the pitch with offload after offload to find themselves at the 5′ yet again but it isn’t enough to get it over.


Dragons get their first try

Dragons look strong on the attack moving from the 22′ to the 5′ quickly before Will Reed finally getting over the line on the far left and the visitors convert.



More Glasgow Substitution

Ben Afshar is replaced by Sean Kennedy

Tom Jordan is replaced by Gregor Hiddleston


Substitutions for the last quarter

Nathan Mcbeth comes on for Centurian Jamie Bhatti

Sintu Manjezi comes on for Alex Samuel

Duncan Weir comes on for Ross Thompson



Disallowed try

A disallowed try for Dragons takes the play back to the 5′ but Glasgow turn it over winning a scrum


Back and Forth

The two teams fight for dominance within the Dragons half before dragons win a penalty and take a lineout on the Warriors’ 5′ and the teams are head to head again. The dragons are inches within the tryline but the home team keep pushing assisted by the voices at Scotstoun


Run Cordero Run!

After a strong scrum debut Facundo Cordero runs nearly the entire length of the pitch on the wing before kicking a grubber kick through which is nearly picked up by Jordan before the Dragons kick the ball out of play giving the Warriors a lineout on the 5′


Glasgow do not let up

Dragons go back on the attack but Glasgow win a penalty scrum


A debut try

A fourth try for the game and Ben Afshar’s first try for the club as he is assisted by Tom Jordan to fly over the line and secure the try bonus point.

Thompson converts!


The pressure works

Glasgow apply pressure metres from the try line. The Dragons concede a penalty and a Glasgow lineout is taken in the Dragons half


Second half underway!

And we are back with the Warriors leading 21 to nil!


Half Time: 21-0 to Glasgow Warriors


Warriors remain relentless

With a few minutes to go, Glasgow somehow attacks again from within their half. Thomas Gordon at number 7 breaks yet another Dragons defence taking through to the 22′ and the Warriors begin their play again before half time is called.





A second try for McKay

A beautiful set of play across field from Thompson to McDowall and finally to McKay who takes it comfortably over the line for his second try of the night.

Thompson converts!


Pushing for another try

After a messy scrum, Glasgow win a lineout on the 5′, hoping to add to their lead.


Fraser makes a break for it

Angus Fraser makes an amazing break down the wing towards the try line, almost in disbelief as he pushes Dragons defenders off him left and right. He offloads and the ball is lost.

Matthews returns from the Blood injury and immediately makes an impact and the Warriors continue through the phases.


Excellent play from Glasgow Warriors

Glasgow put pressure on the Dragon’s recieving of a high ball, forcing a lineout to the home side. They play it out and begin barrelling down the wing towards their grubber kick. Dragons try and pick the ball up but knock it on giving Glasgow a scrum


Dragons Scrum to lineout

The dragons take a scrum and with the Warriors conceiving a penalty they take a lineout just into the Warriors’ half


Matthews nearly breaks through

Johnny Matthews does what Johnny Matthews does best as he powers down after a Glasgow lineout nearly breaking through. The ball is played across the pitch and in the speed of the play the ball is lost.

Matthews suffers a blood injury and comes off, being replaced with Angus Fraser



Pressure amping up

Warriors begin phases of play and after a strong carry from McKay down the wing they begin to put pressure on again but are brought down before the 22′


Attacking again

Glasgow press on, back on the attack as Jamie Dobie moves the ball swiftly down the edge of the pitch, he attempts to offload to Ben Afshar as he is brought down but the number 9 just misses and the Dragons regain possession and they win a line out in the Glasgow half




Close for Glasgow

Glasgow shows us how a scrum should be done, with the passage of play moving seamlessly out into a strong attack, winning a lineout on the 5′

They move into a ruck, winning them another lineout this time getting over the line but the ball is knocked on and Glasgow must regroup.


Back to back scrums

Dragons take a scrum just shy of their 22′ and the ball is fed out but immediately knocked on giving Glasgow their own scrum in the same place


A well taken lineout

The lineout is played successfully and the home side move forward with McDowall breaks the line before being taken down on the 22′.


Glasgow push forward

The dragons are keen to pull back points and after an intense push on the 5′ they manage to get it over the line but the Warriors hold the ball up and play is pushed back. Dragons conceive a penalty and the ball is kicked to the half way line for a lineout.


Warriors on the defence

The Warriors are on the defence as the Dragons push towards the 22′ and after a deceiving gruber kick from the visitors McKay knocks it on and Dragons take a scrum


And another!

Almost immediately after, skipper Stafford McDowall scores another try, again seamlessly weaving through the defence from the 22′

Thompson converts!


Josh McKay scores in the first 20 seconds

The Warriors start as they mean to go on with Josh McKay receiving the first ball and effortlessly running from the half way line right to under the posts!

And Ross Thompson converts!


The Clubs of Origin Game is underway!

And we’re away


From number 1 to 100

Jamie Bhatti will run on tonight at the number 1 position for the 100th time tonight as he makes his centurian for Glasgow Warriors tonight


T Minus 30 minutes!


Cordero debut x Clubs of Origin


Your line up for tonight!



Glasgow Warriors face Welsh side Dragons RFC in the BKT United Rugby Championship. This match will also be Club of Origin night, where we are encouraging fans to come to Scotstoun wearing colours from their local rugby clubs. In addition, there will be activities celebrating our clubs across Glasgow, the West and Caledonia in the build up to and on match day.

Supporters can save up to 25% on match tickets for this fixture! Prices start from just £18 for Adults and £5 for U12s (+£1.50 booking fee per ticket).

Click here for full details on match ticket prices, group bookings and family tickets.

Kick-off 7:35 pm