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news from Tuesday, 21 May 2019

- Glasgow Warriors face defending champions Leinster on Saturday in the Guinness PRO14 final at Celtic Park, where the championship-decider will be hosted outside of a non-rugby venue for the first time. The Scottish team, led by Dave Rennie, topped Conference A with 81 points – five more than fellow finalists Leinster – before the Warriors powered past …...


news from Monday, 20 May 2019

- Celtic legend and Lisbon Lion Jim Craig believes that the PRO14 final, held this year at Celtic Park, will be “a really big occasion”. Looking ahead to the game that will see Glasgow Warriors take on current champions Leinster, the 148-cap former Celtic player said: “I’m organising my tickets just now because it’s a really …...

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- Despite just four sides remaining in the hunt for Guinness PRO14 glory, there was no shortage in the supply of quality scores in the penultimate weekend of the season. Glasgow were the first side to book their spot in the Guinness PRO14 final at Celtic Park on May 25 with a thrilling 50-20 victory over …...


- Nigel Owens has been appointed to referee the Guinness PRO14 Final between Glasgow Warriors and Leinster Rugby at Glasgow’s Celtic Park this Saturday (KO: 18.30). The Welsh official will be assisted by John Lacey (IRFU) and Mike Adamson (SRU) as he holds the whistle for his 180th appearance in the Championship. Ian Davies (WRU) has …...

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