Saturday’s Guinness PRO14 Final at Celtic Park marks - mercifully - the end of the 2018-19 rugby season.
There are ten Glasgow Warriors who have survived from their last Guinness PRO14 final to this one, and Rob Harley thinks that will be a huge help to the team in Saturday’s final against Leinster.
If anything, the little wobble Brooks Koepka endured in his procession to the PGA Championship title is going to make him all the more formidable.
Adam Hastings has played in a football stadium just once before, and it didn’t go too well, but it fortunately wasn’t in rugby.
On the eighth day, the Glasgow Warriors rested – and that could be crucial in the Guinness PRO14 final, believes head coach Dave Rennie.
Glasgow romped into the Guinness PRO14 final with a half-century and seven tries in a semi-final rout of Ulster at Scotstoun last night.
Glasgow Warriors have learned the lessons from last year’s Guinness PRO14 semi-final flop, but the biggest changes to this year is simple continuity and results, believes head coach Dave Rennie.
Stuart Hogg says the crushing disappointment of the Heineken Cup loss at Saracens has motivated him and the squad to get one more piece of silverware before this era is done.
The thought of sitting in the stands again as Glasgow played in a Guinness PRO14 final was enough to help fan favourite DTH van der Merwe “smash his rehab” and get back into contention for a semi-final game.
Jonathan Humphreys would only give up his place in Scotland when the Welsh international team called, so it will be a huge wrench to leave his adopted home after the final game at Scotstoun this week.