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FT: Glasgow Warriors 33 – 20 Ulster

A massive win in front of a sold out stadium! Thank you Scotstoun!


Player of the Match

Tonight’s player of the match goes to Glasgow Warriors number 13 Sione Tuipulotu!


Ben Afshar debuts!

Number 22 Ben Afshar comes off the bench to make his Glasgow Warriors debut as Warrior number 356!


5 minutes to go

With 5 minutes to go the Warriors lead by 13 points


A massive try for Matthews

The boys send the lineout to straight under the post where a battle for dominance starts. The Warriors win with Johnny Matthews sends it over as he moves into the top 5 all time Glasgow Warriors try scorers!

Glasgow Warriors 33 – 20 Ulster




So close!

A well taken lineout from Scott Cummings allows their rolling maul to make ground. An aggressive phase ensues with the breaking with Tom Jordan’s well placed kick sending it to Sione Vailanu who nearly makes it over the line. The home side are forced to bring it down the other side of the pitch and they win another lineout.




Glasgow lineout

Ulster take a scrum on Glasgow’s 10′ line and kicks it through, Glasgow take the ball and play it across before winning a lineout on the 22′.


Ulster posts

Nathan Doak takes the kick for the visitors and sends it through to bring them within a try in the score.

Glasgow Warriors 26 – 20 Ulster


Ulster breaks through

Flannerly makes a break for Ulster offloading number 11 Jacob Stockdale who makes a linebreak and carry down to the within the 22′. A bitter defence from Glasgow prevents them from going any further but a tackle off the ball gives Ulster a penalty.


It’s Johnny Matthews!

Johnny Matthews comes on for George Turner and instantly makes impact as he gets the ball from Sean Kennedy and takes it down the line to make it easily over the line after 90 seconds on the pitch.

Tom Jordan converts!

Glasgow Warriors 26- 17 Ulster


Ulster penalty

Ulster kick for the posts to narrow the gap to just two points.

Glasgow Warriors 19 – 17 Ulster


Yellow card for Ulster number 4

Kieran Treadwell takes 10 minutes in the sin bin


Warriors take the lead

Try for Glasgow! A lineout to a maul between the two teams with Glasgow’s Josh McKay making a legendary break across the field carrying the full length before offloading at the final second to Kyle Rowe who ploughs over the line to take the lead.

Glasgow Warriors 19-14 Ulster




Pressure from Glasgow

Cooney from Ulster manages to break through the line to the 10′ and the Warriors are back on defence but Zander Fagerson forces a penalty and they kick for a lineout to the 10′


Back Underway

A strong first couple of minutes for Glasgow as they push forward to the 5′ coming tantalisingly close to a try. Despite going over the line they cannot get te ball down and Ulster kick into Glasgow’s half.


Glasgow equalise it!

The Warriors continue to push with breaks from the likes of Zander Fagerson making a close run for it but as the clock hits 40′ they take a quick lineout into an aggressive rolling maul with George Turner making the break and with Tom Jordan converting Glasgow Warriors equalise before the break. It is neck and neck here at Scotstoun!

Glasgow Warriors 14 – 14 Ulster


5 minutes to go on the first half

In the last 5 minutes Glasgow take another lineout but the Ulster defence remains strong, winning them a scrum in another attempt to get it into Glasgow’s half before the half is over.

Glasgow win the turnover and with big efforts from captain Stafford McDowell and Kyle Rowe the continue to keep it in play as the clock ticks down.


Ulster scrum

Ulster take yet another scrum as both sides consistently struggle to move out of Ulsters right corner. Ulster finally manage to kick it but only to their 22′ giving Glasgow a line out.


Back and forth on the 5′

Glasgow Warriors win another lineout and but due to a knock on Ulster win a scrum. Glasgow bring it back as Ulster concede a scrum penalty giving a lineout back to Glasgow.


Glasgow in full flight

Glasgow form a quick attack and Ulster are on the back foot as Rory Darge bursts through offloading to Kyle Rowe who in turn allows Matt Fagerson charges down the line. They play it across and win a lineout within the 22′


Warriors persevere

Ulster win a lineout in Glasgow’s 22′ with a strong rolling maul push to the 5′. They keep pushing but Glasgow refuse to give up with an unmovable solid line of last-ditch defending. Ulster get desperate and concede a penalty for obstruction.


Try for Glasgow Warriors!

Warriors take a strong lineout on the 5′ with their biggest chance so far. They play across to the other sides of the posts and Sean Kennedy pushes it over after a tough couple of minutes of attack.

George Horne converts.

Glasgow Warriors 7 – 14 Ulster


Warriors work to break through

Glasgow continue to push with possession in Ulster’s half but struggle to break through Ulster’s defense despite Sione Tuipulotu great efforts. Play becomes messy and Warriors win a penalty but an Ulster player goes down and a break ensues.


Finally on the attack

The boys are finally on the attack with Jack Dempsey breaking the line on his first game back since the World Cup. Another penalty given to Ulster from entering on the side and its another lineout into Glasgow’s half. Glasgow win a scrum and then a penalty scrum giving them possession back.

They take a lineout on the 22′


The gap widens

Glasgow Warriors start back with a lineout but a miss throw gives the ball to Ulster who take full advantage of the situation and a linebreak ensued. After Glasgow conceding another penalty they are on the defence again as Ulster take another lienout on the 5′. The visitors work it across the pitch and Warriors manage to push them back to past the half way line but the visitors fight back to score again with it being Cooney who took it over.

The referee reviews it for the ball going backwards but gives the try.

Cooney converts.

Glasgow Warriors 0 – 14 Ulster



First Try goes to Ulster

Ulster take the lineout but Glasgow dominate the ruck forcing them to play it out. The Warriors continue to put pressure on but a grubber kick nearly gives Ulster a try. Luckily the ball is swept up by Glasgow but Ulster win another lineout and this time no mistake is made and Number 2 Tom Stewart goes over the line for the first points of the night.

Number 9 John Cooney converts.

Glasgow Warriors 0 – 7 Ulster


Glasgow force pressure onto Ulster and they drop the ball allowing the home side to kick it away and gain ground back. Ulster win a penalty and kick for a line out just shy of the 5′


Kick Off!

Ulster kick us off tonight and Warriors are on the defence as Ulster attempt to break through to Glasgow’s 22′


5 minutes to go!


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Kick-off 7:35 pm