Glasgow Warriors defeat Edinburgh in Under-19 1872 Cup clash

Hosts run out four tries to two winners at Scotstoun

The victorious Glasgow Warriors Under-19s squad. Image courtesy: Glasgow Warriors Twitter
The victorious Glasgow Warriors Under-19s squad. Image courtesy: Glasgow Warriors Twitter

Glasgow Warriors 32

Edinburgh 12

GHA winger Amena Caqusau dotted down twice, while unattached No 8 Johnny Morris and Stirling County hooker Lachlan Forsyth claimed a try apiece, with Glasgow Hawks stand-off Andrew McLean kicking three conversions and two penalties as Glasgow Warriors under-19s ran out comfortable winners over Edinburgh in this afternoon’s 1872 Under-19 Cup clash at Scotstoun.

The visiting team’s points came via tries from Selkirk winger Finlay Wheelans and Hawick scrum-half Hector Patterson, with Melrose stand-off Luke Townsend adding one conversion.


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