Warriors Make Their Mark

ImageGlasgow Warriors recorded the "biggest win in our history" with the Pool 4 victory over Biarritz Olympique at Firhill Arena but head coach Sean Lineen wants that to be just a start.

The 9-6 win means the Warriors are in second place a point behind Saracens as they prepare for their trip to the Basque club, who are another point adrift in third spot.

'that was the biggest win in our history and we have presented ourselves with a great opportunity," said Lineen.

"It wasn't pretty but it was real rugby, real nip and tuck stuff.

"Our scrum was outstanding, in particular youngster Moray Low, and Biarritz certainly did not like that.

"However, Biarritz are a quality side and they will be a totally different proposition out there on Friday night.

"Our scrum was outstanding, in particular youngster Moray Low." - Sean Lineen
"It will be a different game but this team is growing in belief and, with six young Scottish players in the pack against a monster Biarritz pack, I was really proud of them. They really dug in, they all performed and made Biarritz make unforced errors.

"It is going to be tough over there, a real challenge, and it will be all about the mental attitude and us getting the top three inches right.

"Of course we enjoyed the moment but we must also make sure we don't pass this opportunity by - we can definitely win out there."