Glasgow Warriors beat Ulster in poor game

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Glasgow 17 – 9 Ulster
78 minutes played

4min Weir (pen)
23min Humphreys (pen)
29min Weir (pen)
30min Weir (pen)
42min Humphreys (pen)
53min Humphreys (pen)
71min Nathan (Try)
78min Weir (drop goal)

Full time Glasgow have done just enough to clinch the win. Both sides were poor throughout in a game littered with handling errors, in the end the boot of Duncan Weir was the key with his drop goal sealing the win. Former Connacht man Nathan Troy scored the only try of the game 9 minutes from time.. report to follow.
78min Great work from Duncan Weir, lovely drop goal, thats game, set match Glasgow.
78min Glasgow doing their best to set up Weir for the drop goal
76min Glasgow looking good for the win here now, they have the wind in their sails now
75min Five minutes to go here, Ulster will need something special now to win, that spark that been missing all night
72min Good work by Lemi in the build up but Nathan was allowed a lot of space there. Weir missed the conversion. 5 point game.
71min TRY Rare chance to break for Glasgow and they take advantage of it, Troy Nathan the former Connacht man gets it
70min accidental obstruction by Ulster, Glasgow put in to the scrum
69min Chip over the top is gathered in the 22 by a Glasgow man, its a bit scrappy out there at the moment
68min Humphreys again with a missed kick, 3 from 6 for him tonight. Will he get another chance?
68min Harley penalised for crossing, penalty Ulster. Another chance for Humphreys
67min Well wide there from Humphreys.. still 9-9.
66min Ulster have a penalty from distance as the scrum collapses again, Glasgow punished for not binding correctly
64min Ulster scrum – just over 15 minutes to go, still anyones game. Ulster 2 to Glasgow 2.16 to win this
64min Duncan Weir with a rare mistake this game as he gifts the ball back to Ulster.. poor kick, misjudged the angle.
63min D’arcy concedes a penalty again for not letting go – hard to find some positives here tonight
62min Sale bound Richie Gray comes on to the biggest cheer of the night
61min Good work from Glasgow but Touhy will be annoyed with himself for not letting go, no support from his fellow players. Glasgow have it
60min Marshall does well with the ball from the scrum and Spence does even better to break the first tackle and get some yards
60min Scrum goes down again and needs to be re-set
59min better scrummaging from both sides, and quick ball works. But sadly the ball is spilled as Glasgow attack.. Ulster scrum
58min Danielli goes off for Ulster while Cusiter is also off with a blood injury but he shouldn’t be too long
57min Glasgow’s error strewn second half is reflected in the market where they are now 2 to win this.. Ulster dropping to 2.04
56min Ulster win the penalty and D’arcy gets a pat on the back.. Humphreys kick to touch is good.
56min D’arcy looks uncomfortable under the high ball, he took that one a bit better
53min The sides are level, its 9 points apiece. Humphreys with his third from four kicks.
51min Too soon? Trimble spills the ball, another error and now Glasgow go on the attack with a scrum just inside Ulster half
50min Ulster now 2.2 to get a win here with, could be worth a punt with just 3 points down
48min Muller takes the line out, good work there on the line out. Just over half way ball with Marshall
47min Great work there by Kyriacou redeeming his poor line outs.. Ulster have the penalty
46min Glasgow win their own line out, Wilson taking the ball well there. Glasgow attack but Ulster doing well
45min Wasted chance there by Glasgow as the ball is spilled from the scrum, another scrum now this time to Ulster
43min Glasgow now 1.59 to win with Betfair – might change in a minute as D’arcy spills the ball under his post, Glasgow can’t pounce though
41min Great start for Ulster who make it a three point game thanks to the boot of Humphreys
Half time The whistle goes and a poor half comes to an end. The game has yet to find its flow and has been riddled with errors so far. The Ulster line out has been woeful and Brian McLaughlin will look to sort that at half time. Warriors number 10 Duncan Weir has impressed with his three kicks so far and they are enough to hand Glasgow a 6 point half time lead. Glasgow 9 – Ulster 3
40min That sums it up as Humphreys kick goes wide. Poor kick. There is time to restart though. Glasgow go long
40min Ulster with the kick tap for a penalty, Glasgow not back 10m and its now an easier penalty for Humphreys to kick
39min Yet again error, this time Glasgow kick the ball out on the full. Half time can’t come soon enough
39min Better line out there from Ulster.. they got it right there. The ball is kicked away and eventually goes out on the other side for a Glasgow line out
37min The line out is poor as its another knock on.. poor play. The crowd are unbelievably silent
36min Game not really flowing here, a couple of minutes there to get the scrum right.. eventually its played and Glasgow clear their lines
34min Scrum on the 5m line with Ulster put in
34min Another error.. better line out there from Ulster as they gone long and Marshall almost gets in
33min Once again Ulster have lost their own line out.. its something they will need to address at half time
30min Weir gets his third and second in a matter of minutes to put 6 points between the sides
30min Good line out from Ulster who collect but then rather stupidly give away a penalty to Glasgow for obstruction
29min Weir gets his second kick of the evening, Glasgow 6 – Ulster 3
28min Kellogg collects and Glasgow attack – another late tackle gives them another penalty, Weir up again
26min Welsh gets his own back there as he wins the penalty, Weir finds touch
25min Play resumes there now with a scrum.. once again its reset. Fitzgerald is giving Welsh a tough time of it
25min Ryan Wilson goes off for Glasgow Warriors with Chris Fusaro coming in
22min Penalty to Ulster who can now draw level – Humphries should kick this
22min Lovely grubber from Humphreys, come to Lemi but his clearance is poor.. Ulster attack again
21min Glasgow line out, we’ve gone 17 minutes without a real scoring chance, some promising play but nothing in the final 22
18min Lovely break from Trimble from his own line but moves break down as Danielli is tackled.. the Scot holds on and its a Glasgow penalty
16min Unforced errors again as the ball is sprayed around by Ulster but final ball is forward and Glasgow have it..
15min Latest odds from – Glasgow 1.66 to win / Ulster 2.3
14min Up and Under from Trimble easily collected by Hogg.
13min Spence with a good turn of pace there to rescue it and win a penalty as Weir goes off his feet.. out of jail with bonus of penalty
12min Ulster win the line and attack, Ian Humphreys nearly breaks through but a poor pass again see’s it break down..
11min Humphreys kicks it along the line, good chance now for Ulster in the Glasgow Warriors 22
11min Scrum to Ulster, its reset as it collapses – Glasgow penalised there
10min D’arcy collects an up and under and clears the lines with a good kick
8min Good decision by the ref.. Weir finds touch and Glasgow win line out and on the attack
6min Kyriacou is in trouble here, penalty to Glasgow for a late hit. Ref says accidental
5min Weir again with a good kick this time to touch from the restart, a long one by Humphries
4min PENALTY Superb kick from Duncan Weir Glasgow 3-0 up and all from a stray pass
4min Good defence by Spence there but ref calls it back for Penalty, early chance for 3 points here
3min Advantage Warriors as Muller’s stray pass puts Ulster under pressure.. we’re on 5m line
2min Humphries kicks to touch but its collected by Aramburu who kicks to touch. Ulster win line out and on the 10m line
1min We’re on half way and Ulster are trying to keep ball in hand
1min Weir gets us underway with D’arcy collecting and Ulster clear their lines straight away
0min 2 minutes to kick off here and the players are making their way out now
0min The decision to rest players has affected their odds on Betfair who now make them 2.54 to win


Glasgow: 15 Stuart Hogg, 14 David Lemi, 13 Troy Nathan, 12 Graeme Morrison, 11 Federico Aramburu, 10 Duncan Weir, 9 Henry Pyrgos, 8 Ryan Wilson, 7 John Barclay, 6 Robert Harley, 5 Alastair Kellock (capt), 4 Tom Ryder, 3 Michael Cusack, 2 Pat MacArthur, 1 Jon Welsh.

Replacements: 16 Dougie Hall, 17 Ryan Grant, 18 Moray Low, 19 Richie Gray, 20 Chris Fusaro, 21 Chris Cusiter, 22 Alex Dunbar, 23 Colin Shaw.

Ulster: 15 Adam D’Arcy, 14 Andrew Trimble, 13 Darren Cave, 12 Nevin Spence, 11 Simon Danielli, 10 Ian Humphreys, 9 Paul Marshall, 8 Pedrie Wannenburg, 7 Willie Faloon, 6 Robbie Diack, 5 Dan Tuohy, 4 Johann Muller (capt), 3 Declan Fitzpatrick, 2 Andi Kyriacou, 1 Tom Court.

Replacements: 16 Nigel Brady, 17 Paddy McAllister, 18 Adam Macklin, 19 Tim Barker, 20 Mike McComish, 21 Ian Porter, 22 Paddy Jackson, 23 Ian Whitten.


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