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Glasgow Warriors 29 Ospreys 26

Glasgow Warriors 29 Ospreys 26

Dan Parks scored 24 points as Glasgow overcame a 17-point deficit to dent the Ospreys’ title hopes. Despite an early brace of tries from Shane Williams and an effort from Lee Byrne set up by James Hook, a try by Parks on the half time mark kept Glasgow in contention.

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Glasgow’s mounting pressure on the resumption of the game told when they secured their second try of the game. Graeme Morrison sneaked over in the corner and Parks’s conversion from the touchline equalled the scores at 26 apiece.


A 67th penalty from the boot of Parks nudged Glasgow into a narrow lead and as they closed down the game in the final minutes the Scottish side secured their fourth league victory in a row.

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