|Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Glasgow Warriors|
|Cardiff Blues (14) 3 4|
|Tries: Summerhill (3) Lane, Smith Cons: Evans (3) Pens: Evans|
|Glasgow (2-4 ) 38|
|Tries: Grigg, Price, P Horne, Frisby, Tameilau Cons: P Horne (5) Pens: Horne|
Glasgow Warriors strengthened their grip in Pro14 Conference A having a thrilling 38-34 bonus-point win away to Cardiff Blues.
Nick Grigg, Ali Price, Peter Horne, Nick Frisby and Tevita Tameilau crossed in a breathless event, together with Horne kicking 13 points.
However, Garyn Smith and Aled Summerhill’s Hattrick, plus dents from Owen Lane got two points to Cardiff Blues.
Jarrod Evans added eight points while the Warriors were pushed all of the way.
Before the chip of Harri Millard let Summerhill to touch down with Evans among three players released from the Wales group, evans, produced a scorching third-minute break.
However, Horne promptly pulled back a punishment, until Warriors centres Grigg and Stafford McDowall enjoyed a magnificent patch.
Wing Kyle Steyn could not gather inexpensively to complete their first chance, but Grigg ran into their first try when Evans’ cross-kick went astray and the centres then combined to put over Price, the aims of Horne which makes it 17-7 in the first quarter.
Horne then crossed himself and converted over the halfhour once the Scots turned into house ownership, however Cardiff Blues kept the blistering pace of the game going as Matthew Morgan created space for Summerhill’s moment and Evans kicked the conversion to make it 14-24 at the break.
The tWISt in momentum continued following the period before Evans landed a very simple penalty to slice the deficit to two points, once Lane sped in on the overlap for a large part try.
Glasgow finally recovered their dominance with sub scrum half Frisby crossing after 6-9 minutes and Tameilau galloping in from the kickoff, Horne extending the lead to 16 points together with 2 more conversions right from George Turner’s charge.
However, a grandstand finish saw Summerhill catch his take to from the grubber kick , and Smith touched down to convert.
Glasgow had composure left to play out the final two minutes, however their fourth win of the season over Cardiff Blues was far the most hardest-fought with the try-count finishing at five apiece.
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Replacements: Belcher, Carré, Andrews, Cook, LeWIS-Hughes, Blacker, Fish, Smith
Glasgow Warriors: Jackson; Steyn, Grigg, McDowall, Hughes; P Horne, Price; Allan, Turner, Z Fagerson, Swinson, Cummings, Harley (capt), Gordon, Ashe
Replacements: Bryce, Bhatti, Halanukonuka, McDonald, Tamielau, Frisby, Hastings, Nairn
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
Assistant referees: Ben Whitehouse (WRU), Johnny Erskine (IRFU)
TMO: Leo Colgan (IRFU)