Pride in defeat for Warriors boss

Guinness PRO12 Editor

15 May 2010



Glasgow Warriors coach Sean Lineen spoke about the "huge pride" he felt in his side following their Magners League Play-Off semi-final defeat.

The Warriors’ 20-5 exit at the Liberty Stadium was tinged with sadness for Lineen and the Glasgow fans because it was the last time Dan Parks, Mark McMillan and Kelly Brown will play for the club

“I’m really proud of the fact we stood toe to toe with a quality team and never gave an inch. We didn’t get much luck and everything seemed to go their way.

“We came here to win the game, but now we have to go away and learn from the experience. At 7-5 it was all on, but we just couldn’t quite nail it.

“But we didn’t disgrace ourselves and we had so many youngsters out there in the semi-final of the Magners League – that can only be good for our future.”


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