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Glasgow Warriors vs Ulster is the first of two PRO14 semi-finals this weekend.
Glasgow Warriors face Ulster at Scotstoun on Friday night with a place in the PRO14 final at stake. We provide the ultimate guide to the showdown…
Two stalwarts seek perfect parting gift
Rory Best is hanging up his boots at the end of the season, and defeat to Leinster at the quarter-final stage of the Champions Cup means hopes of the ideal send-off will be on the line for the Ulster captain.
After 14 years at the club, Best feels the northern province are in a far healthier position under Dan McFarland than they were 14 months ago, and the 36-year-old’s impending retirement is not the only huge incentive.
Rory Best will lead the province into Friday night’s Guinness PRO14 semi-final
Ulster were denied a “home” final by Glasgow in 2015 at this stage, when the Warriors went on to beat Munster in the final at the Kingspan Stadium. Glasgow Warriors vs Ulster Live Stream.
Stuart Hogg could be making his final appearance for Glasgow this weekend
Stuart Hogg’s nine years at Glasgow come to end this summer as he prepares to join Exeter Chiefs. Emotions will be running high as the Scotstoun crowd bid farewell to their effervescent source of inspiration over 119 club appearances.
“This place means a great deal to me,” Hogg said. “It was good to get a bigger stadium [when Warriors moved to Scotstoun from Firhill in 2012] and the club has grown year on year ever since. So, it is a special place.
“If I get the opportunity to play at the weekend, I’ll relish it, and hopefully use it as an opportunity to thank the fans with my performances over the next couple of games. Hopefully we can win some silverware.”
He will hope to declare on 121, with a PRO14 winners’ medal around his neck, but having become the Scotland figurehead and two-tour British & Irish Lion in his time at the club, Hogg – like Best – will leave behind a huge void to fill.
Ulster were halted by Glasgow at the semi-final stage of the PRO12 in 2015
Both Glasgow and Ulster were losing semi-finalists in the inaugural 2001/02 season of the previously. Named Celtic League. With the Warriors defeated 35-13 by Leinster. While Ulster lost 15-9 to Munster at Lansdowne Road.
When the play-offs returned in 2010, it was Glasgow who suffered semi-final heartbreak. Going down 20-5 to Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium.
Warriors’ Al Kellock lifts the PRO12 trophy after beating Munster in 2015
More disappointment would await Ulster at the climax of the 2010/11 season as they lost 18-3 to Leinster at RDS Arena before it was the turn of Glasgow in 2012 to succumb to semi-final blues as Leinster prevailed 19-15 in Dublin.