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Last Updated: Friday, 8 December 2006, 21:36 GMT
Glasgow Warriors 51-7 Narbonne
Andy Henderson heads over the try line at Hughenden
Andy Henderson scored one of Glasgow's tries
Glasgow Warriors displaced Pool Two leaders Saracens with a 51-7 mauling of French side Narbonne in the European Challenge Cup.

The Scots ran in six tries, with fly-half Dan Parks adding five conversions and three penalty goals.

Tries by Andy Henderson and Rory Lamont put Warriors 20-0 up by half-time.

Scott Barrow, Kevin Tkachuk, Graeme Beveridge and Thom Evans added tries after the break, with Thinus van Rensburg replying for the French.


Glasgow: Lamont, O'Hare, Henderson, Barrow, Evans, Parks, Beveridge, Va'a, Lawson, Low, Newman, Kellock, Wilson, Barclay, Petrie.
Replacements: Marsden for O'Hare (66), Gregor for Parks (72), Tckachuk for Va'a (50), Thomson for Lawson (66), Turner for Newman (50), Swindall for Wilson (66), Eddie for Barclay (72).

Narbonne: Tries: Haare. Cons: Bouquie. Narbonne: Bouquie, Plante, Noutary, Van Rensburg, Candelon, Rosalen, Seron, Palomera, Rofes, Hooper, Michaux, Eksteen, Beaux, Bisaro, Tomiki.
Replacements: Mazars for Plante (62), Haare for Noutary (63), Nadau for Van Rensburg (41), A. Martinez for Palomera (73), Ducalcon for Hooper (41). Not Used: Algret, Baluc-Rittener.

Att: 1,431

Ref: Carlo Damasco (Italy)



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