Glasgow Warriors suffer reality check after Leinster triumph 31-10 in URC at Scotstoun » sarkariaresult

Glasgow Warrior Jack Dempsey through the United Rugby Championship defeat to Leinster. (Photograph by Ross MacDonald / SNS Group)

To Warriors’ credit score, they saved plugging away till the tip and so they obtained a comfort strive within the closing minute via alternative second-row Lewis Bean – however they had been combating to maintain it respectable.

The Autumn Check window now leaves a irritating 5 weeks till they’ve an opportunity to get this disappointing defeat out of their system with a visit to Benetton on November 27.

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The excellent news from a Scottish rugby perspective is that there didn’t look like any contemporary damage issues forward of the internationalists starting their build-up to subsequent Saturday’s opener in opposition to Tonga.

Nick Grigg offloads the ball underneath strain. (Photograph by Craig Williamson / SNS Group)

The hosts discovered themselves 10 factors down inside seven minutes because of a Ross Byrne penalty and a transformed Ronan Kelleher strive, and already it was clear that Warriors had been going to battle to match their opponents’ relentless physicality.

It wasn’t all one-way visitors, and a strong burst from Sione Tuipuloto put Warriors into the Leinster 22 for the primary time on 10 minutes, resulting in Ross Thompson getting the hosts off the mark with a straight-forward penalty from in entrance of the sticks.

Warriors then loved a interval of strain however saved coughing up possession after they obtained contained in the strike zone.

Leinster, in the meantime, had been ruthless after they subsequent obtained again on the entrance foot, constructing strain with a number of highly effective phases, then claiming strive quantity two when James Lowe despatched Hugo Keenan dwelling.

Some good interaction between Warriors centres Tuipuloto and Sam Johnson put Thompson in a try-scoring place – however he collided with reverse quantity Keenan as he stretched for the ball and ended up flat on his again.

Referee Craig Evans referred it to the Tv Match Official and determined to not award the penalty strive – a lot to the disgust of the Scotstoun crowd.

However the dwelling crew did get a penalty from the incident, which meant they may preserve the strain on – and so they lastly obtained their reward when Australian No 8 Jack Dempsey muscled over from close-range to make it 17-10 to the guests on the break.

It took a superb last-gasp sort out from Rory Darge to cease a 3rd Leinster rating on the left after nice work from Keenan with 10 minutes of the second half performed.

Nevertheless it was solely a short lived reprieve for the Warriors, and Leinster claimed strive quantity three simply two-minutes later when Adam Byrne managed obtained the ball down underneath strain from Johnson.

After one other bombardment of the Warriors line, the guests picked up the bonus level on the hour mark via alternative hooker Dan Sheehan.

Warriors saved plugging away, and McLean did effectively to place George Horne into house, however Leinster obtained again to snuff out the risk then snaffle possession.

The truth that a gaggle of dwelling followers in the primary stand had been making an attempt to provoke a Mexican wave with quarter-hour nonetheless to play.

Bean’s last-minute strive gave these followers one thing to have a good time on the finish – but it surely was a muted cheer.


Glasgow Warriors: R Thompson; Okay Steyn, S Tuipulotu (N Grigg 71), S Johnson, R McLean; D Weir (C Forbes 56), A Value (G Horne 54); J Bhatti (O Kebble 46), J Matthews (G Turner 41), Z Fagerson (E Pieretto 54), R Harley (L Bean 76), R Grey, R Wilson, R Darge (M Fagerson 63), R Wilson.

Leinster: H Keenan; A Byrne, G Ringrose (J Osborne, 70), C Frawley, J Lowe; R Byrne, L McGrath (J Gibson-Park, 63); C Healy (E Byrne 54), R Kelleher (D Sheehan 54), T Furlong (M Ala’alatoa 54), R Molony, R Baird ( D Toner 50), C Doris (R Ruddock 67), D Leavy (J van der Flier 50), J Conan.

Referee: Craig Evans (WRU)


Glasgow Warriors: Attempt: Demspey; Con: Thompson; Pen: Thompson.

Leinster: Tries: Kelleher, Keenan, A Byrne, Sheehan; Cons: R Byrne 4; Pen: R Byrne

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Leinster: Conan (37mins), Gibson-Park (79mins)

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