Glasgow Recall Andy Craig Against Ulster

Glasgow will be without Sean Lamont for the Celtic League match against Ulster at Hughenden tomorrow evening. The Scotland wing has a calf muscle injury.It will be only the second league or cup match that Lamont has missed since his Celtic debut as a replacement in the opening-day victory against Cardiff at Hughenden in September last year. Injury kept him out of the home game against Connacht two weeks later, but he has started in all 32 games Glasgow have played since then - in the Celtic League and Cup and the Parker Pen Challenge Cup.Lamont is replaced on the left wing by his fellow cap, Andy Craig, who earlier this week scored three tries in the Glasgow Development XV's 36-7 win against Sale Jets at Stockport. Tomorrow's match will be Craig's third league appearance since joining Glasgow during the summer.Craig for Lamont is the only change in the team who started the league match in which Glasgow were only seconds away from beating Munster at Hughenden last week. Ronan O"Gara snatched victory for the visitors with a last-kick drop goal immediately after a Dan Parks penalty had given Glasgow what ought to have been a winning 26-25 lead.Despite the enforced change in the team, Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, was upbeat today in thinking ahead to tomorrow's match. "After the frustration of last week we"re looking forward to an outstanding performance against Ulster," he remarked.Two changes have been made among the Glasgow replacements. David Millard has been recalled with Craig's promotion, and Euan Murray returns as back-up prop instead of Andrew Kelly. Because of a back-injury Murray has played less than half an hour of league rugby this season, and illness forced him to drop out for the replacements on the day of the Munster game. However, two days later he was fit to play for Glasgow's development team in the 36-7 victory against Sale Jets at Stockport.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.15pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Rory Kerr14 Kenny Logan13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Andy Craig10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Andrew Wilson19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Calvin Howarth22 David MillardGlasgow will be without Sean Lamont for the Celtic League match against Ulster at Hughenden tomorrow evening. The Scotland wing has a calf muscle injury.It will be only the second league or cup match that Lamont has missed since his Celtic debut as a replacement in the opening-day victory against Cardiff at Hughenden in September last year. Injury kept him out of the home game against Connacht two weeks later, but he has started in all 32 games Glasgow have played since then - in the Celtic League and Cup and the Parker Pen Challenge Cup.Lamont is replaced on the left wing by his fellow cap, Andy Craig, who earlier this week scored three tries in the Glasgow Development XV's 36-7 win against Sale Jets at Stockport. Tomorrow's match will be Craig's third league appearance since joining Glasgow during the summer.Craig for Lamont is the only change in the team who started the league match in which Glasgow were only seconds away from beating Munster at Hughenden last week. Ronan O"Gara snatched victory for the visitors with a last-kick drop goal immediately after a Dan Parks penalty had given Glasgow what ought to have been a winning 26-25 lead.Despite the enforced change in the team, Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, was upbeat today in thinking ahead to tomorrow's match. "After the frustration of last week we"re looking forward to an outstanding performance against Ulster," he remarked.Two changes have been made among the Glasgow replacements. David Millard has been recalled with Craig's promotion, and Euan Murray returns as back-up prop instead of Andrew Kelly. Because of a back-injury Murray has played less than half an hour of league rugby this season, and illness forced him to drop out for the replacements on the day of the Munster game. However, two days later he was fit to play for Glasgow's development team in the 36-7 victory against Sale Jets at Stockport.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.15pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Rory Kerr14 Kenny Logan13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Andy Craig10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Andrew Wilson19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Calvin Howarth22 David Millard