RUGBY: Gunners Stroll on as Glasgow Hadden a Clue; EDINBURGH 37 GLASGOW 9

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RUGBY: Gunners Stroll on as Glasgow Hadden a Clue; EDINBURGH 37 GLASGOW 9


Byline: RODDY DUNCAN

EDINBURGH GUNNERS clinched a ticket to next season's Heineken Cup as they inflicted another dose of misery on Glasgow Warriors at Meadowbank last night.

Frank Hadden's men are runaway leaders in the race for one of the two Euro slots while Glasgow need a miracle to leapfrog Borders for the other one.

Warriors suffered through poor teamwork and a lack of cohesion and they will go into next week's Pro-Cup battle with Borders at Hughenden knowing it is their last chance to pull something out of the fire.

Brendan Laney was the Gunners hero, claiming two tries, and there was an immense display from young centre Ally Dickson.

Delighted coach Hadden said: "It was a great result and the bonus point for scoring four tries was a tremendous boost but I wasn't entirely happy with the overall display.

"It wasn't up to the standard we had shown in recent weeks and there were a lot of careless moments for which we might have been punished."

Gunners couldn't have dreamed of a brighter start as they surged ahead after just two minutes with a superb try.

Wing Chris Paterson scooped up a Calvin Howarth clearance and quickly switched the ball to Simon Webster via Derrick Lee.

Webster collected his own beautifully-weighted chip to release Dickson, who beat off two challenges before freeing Laney on a cruise to the line from 25 metres.

Laney added the extra points himself but Glasgow edged back into the contest with a Howarth penalty after two strong runs by Stuart Moffat.

The home side's advantage was restored to seven points when Laney replied in identical fashion. …

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