Rugby Union: Hadden Admits Gunners Still to Find Their Field Range; CELTIC LEAGUE: EDINBURGH V ULSTER, T ODAY 2.30pm

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Rugby Union: Hadden Admits Gunners Still to Find Their Field Range; CELTIC LEAGUE: EDINBURGH V ULSTER, T ODAY 2.30pm


EDINBURGH go into their Celtic League opener against Ulster today with a sense of anxiety after a disappointing pre- season build-up.

The Gunners go into battle at Murrayfield after trouncings by Leicester Tigers and Northampton Saints - and coach Frank Hadden says they need to win for the sake of the rest of the campaign.

Though they are boosted by the return from injury of Test stars Chris Paterson and Derrick Lee, Hadden knows Edinburgh will have to brush up their act.

Ulster's aim is to inflict more misery on the capital troops with a repeat of their Celtic Cup triumph on the same pitch last year.

Hadden commented: "Obviously the pre- season hasn't been what we would have wanted.

"But I believe the return of some of the more experienced players will help us to settle down.

"We've a particularly tough start and we absolutely need to beat Ulster if we are to get the sort of platform we want to use as an impetus for the rest of the season.

"If we lose, then we will be left with the difficult task of clawing our way back.

"Ulster have proved in the league and in Europe that they are a formidable outfit and of course we are painfully aware that they beat us three times out of three last term."

Meanwhile, full-back Rory Kerr reckons Glasgow have cast off their cobwebs in time for their tussle with Irish dark-horses Connacht this afternoon.

Kerr - who has become the Warriors' first choice No15 after the departure of Glenn Metcalfe and Stuart Moffat - said: "We had lots of problems during our pre-season matches against Sale and Leeds. …

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