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- Glasgow Warriors winger Ratu Tagive says the club’s professionals are “getting quite creative” with their efforts to keep fit during the Coronavirus-induced quarantine. On Monday, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson took the decision to place the country under a mandatory quarantine period for three weeks in an attempt to halt the continuing spread of the …...

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- After signing a two-year contract extension, Glasgow Warriors wing Ratu Tagive revealed that the club feels like home. Yesterday, it was announced that winger Ratu Tagive had extended his stay at Glasgow Warriors for a further two years, and according to the man himself, there was no question of his doing so. “I came across …...

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- New Scotland call-up Ratu Tagive has pledged his future to Glasgow Warriors after agreeing a new two-year contract at the PRO14 outfit. The 28-year-old winger has enjoyed a breakthrough season, earning him a place in Gregor Townsend’s squad for the Six Nations. A...

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- Glasgow Warriors wing Ratu Tagive has extended his stay at Scotstoun Stadium for another two years. The 28-year-old’s latest contract will keep him at the club until the summer of 2022, and see him work under new incoming Head Coach Danny Wilson, who will take over from the departing Dave Rennie at the end of …...

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- Glasgow Warriors were set to play Ulster Rugby this weekend in the Guinness PRO14, but with the fixture postponed amid the Coronavirus pandemic, we’ve taken a look back at the best snaps from the PRO12 semi-final clash between the two sides in 2015. Had the season panned out as normal, Glasgow Warriors would have hosted …...

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- With the news that the Guinness PRO14 has been suspended indefinitely and this year’s Grand Final in Cardiff cancelled, we’ve taken a look back at Glasgow Warriors’ best bits this season. As it stands, Glasgow Warriors are in the running for a play-off place, sitting in third in Conference A, but trailing second-place by seven …...

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- The 2019/20 PRO14 season has been suspended indefinitely following the worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus. With teams from Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Italy and South Africa compete in the competition, a decision has been made to postpone all upcoming matches. No date...

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