Warriors under-17s set to take on Ulster

This Friday the future of Glasgow Warriors will take to the field in Troon to play against Ulster in an under-17 fixture.

Players selected from the Glasgow and Caledonia summer skills programme and born in 1998 will take part in the match at Marr Rugby Club with a 2pm kick-off.

The regional academy coach for Glasgow North, Nic Humphries will coach the side and is looking forward to seeing the youths in action in what is set to be a highly competitive fixture.

Speaking to glasgowwarriors.org he said: “This is a stand alone, unique fixture that further shows the Warriors are progressing all the time, especially with their youth teams.

“This is the first time we’ve played an Irish province side in seven years so it’ll be a great chance for our boys to test themselves.

“These players are the future of the club and could well make appearances for the first team in the coming years.

“The players aims will be to become EDP (Elite Development Players) in the coming years and games against teams like Ulster will only help their progress.”


Glasgow Warriors Under-17 Team

15. Aaron Tait - Wellington / Ayr RFC

14. Scott Derrick - GHA

13. Gregor Paxton - Ayr RFC

12. Stafford McDowell - Merchiston Castle / Stewarty RFC

11. Paul Paxton - Robert Gordon’s College

10. Peter Burns - Lenzie RFC

9. Donald Kennedy - Dumfries RFC


1. Cameron Gilchrist - Austin Friars / Moffat RFC

2. Rehan Baig - Dundee HS

3. Keir Hail-Brown - Stirling County RFC

4. Euan Milton - Highland RFC

5. Calum Murdoch - Robert Gordon’s College

6. Ryan Sweeney - Glasgow Academy / West of Scotland RFC

7. Craig McCall - West of Scotland RFC

8. Matthew Fagerson - Strathallan



16. Matthew Morrison - Greenock RFC

17. Ruraidh Sayce - Ayr RFC

18. Ryan Dunlop - Ayr RFC

19. Kyle Wood - Marr RFC

20. Jack Bruce - Strathallan

21. Emmit Strachan - Robert Gordon’s College

22. Ben Eynon - Strathallan

23. Aaron Purewal - Hutcheson’s Grammar/West of Scotland RFC

24. Andrew Graham - Stirling County RFC

Written by
Michael Lamont