Glasgow v Cardiff Blues

Discussion in 'Guinness Pro14' started by An Tarbh, Nov 28, 2008.

  1. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

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    Glasgow v Cardiff Blues

    Cardiff Blues coach Dai Young is able to restore openside flanker Robin Sowden Taylor to his side for Friday evening’s Magners League meeting with Glasgow Warriors at Firhill.

    The Blues travel to Scotland on the back of six wins in all competitions and looking to cement their status as serious title contenders against an equally able Warriors outfit.

    Sowden Taylor is back from Wales duty, but fellow internationals Jamie Roberts and Tom Shanklin are in international action for the Test with Australia, so Ceri Sweeney starts at centre. The Blues must also do without rising star Leigh Halfpenny, despite the winger’s omission from Warren Gatland’s side to face The Wallabies.

    The home side welcome back centre Max Evans, his brother Thom, stand-off Dan Parks and hooker Dougie Hall from Scotland duty, with Max named at 13 after winning his first cap against Canada last weekend and Thom starting on the wing.

    Argentine full back Bernardo Stortoni and prop Justin Va'a, who featured on tour for The Pacific Islanders, also line out in the side after their international exertions.

    Glasgow Warriors: B Stortoni; L Fa'atau, M Evans, A Henderson, T Evans; D Parks, M McMillan; J Va'a, D Hall, E Kalman; T Barker, A Kellock [capt], C Forrester, K Brown, J Beattie.

    Replacements: E Milligan, M Low, D Turner, R Vernon, C Gregor, R Jackson, H O'Hare.

    Cardiff Blues: B Blair; G Thomas, J Robinson, C Sweeney, T James; N Robinson, J Spice; T Filise, T R Thomas, G Powell; D Jones, P Tito; M Molitika, R Sowden-Taylor, M Lewis.

    Replacements: S Roberts, G Williams, St Morgan, B White, R Rees, D Hewitt, R Mustoe, C Czekaj.

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  3. Lukascd

    Lukascd Guest

    It will be good to see Sweeney play a full match, but I don't think he will be that great at 12 (nowhere near Roberts anyway). Has anyone seen him start as a 12 before?
  4. RC

    RC Guest

    Yeah, i'm pretty sure he's played 12 a couple of times for Dragons. but nothing that you can really put your finger on.
    Cardiff should take this. A few weeks rest, but great form is behind them, they should be full of confidence.
  5. RC

    RC Guest

    Ooph, how about i take back what i say?
    Blues down 21-0 at latest!
  6. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    In fairness, I'd take three regional losses tonight for a Welsh win tomorrow.
  7. RC

    RC Guest

    No doubt about it.
    I'd take every region losing every game they'll ever play if Wales would win all their games. :D
  8. cyRil

    cyRil Guest

    Alright boys calm down, it doesn't work. I said I'd take Man U losing 10-0 to Aston Villa for a Wales win last week, and look what that got me!
  9. RC

    RC Guest

    Did man utd lose 10-0?
    i really don't follow football.
  10. cyRil

    cyRil Guest

    Well it was 0-0 actually, so it all went tits up in fairness. But atleast half of the result was correct.
  11. Cymro

    Cymro Guest

    Crap end of story!
  12. Lukascd

    Lukascd Guest

    Against a good Glasgow side and missing 7 internationals not to mention Nicky going down after a few minutes, not surprised. At least we've got the loss before the Biarritz game and don't lose that one.

    Imagine if Shanklin was playing...
  13. What is it with Scottish sides nilling teams at the moment B)
  14. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Lukascd @ Nov 29 2008, 10:33 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    Is that some sort of irony? :lol:
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