GLASGOW SIMPLY TOO GOOD FOR KINGS

PRO14 REPORT: GLASGOW WARRIORS MARCHED TO A SEVENTH VICTORY AFTER THEY HANDED THE SOUTHERN KINGS A 43-13 BEATING ON FRIDAY.

The hosts outscored the visitors seven tries to one, which includes a brace of tries by George Turner.

The final score shows a convincing Warriors win, this was a tight game for much of the first half until a three-minute blitz from the home side swung the momentum their way.

Two converted tries in quick succession helped Dave Rennie’s team take control of the game, and Zander Fagerson added a fourth just before the hour to wrap up the bonus point.

That keeps the Warriors in control of Conference A and was the perfect response to successive losses to Exeter Chiefs and Leinster in Europe.

The Warriors made a dream start when Stuart Hogg crossed after just a minute, the Scotland full-back picking up from where he left off a week ago against Leinster. He finished off a brilliant score, made by Sam Johnson’s break through the middle.

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