Lions return for Ulster
August 21, 2001

Ulster's Lions duo of Jeremy Davidson and Tyrone Howe will make their first appearance this season when Ulster travel to Glasgow on Friday night.

Howe makes the trip to Hughenden after recovering from a knee injury and comes in for Jan Cunningham while Davidson replaces Paddy Johns in the second row.

The only other change from the side that was victorious against Swansea in their first Celtic League game of the season sees David Allen make his debut in place of the injured Robbie Brink.

Russell Nelson and Niall Malone have returned to fitness and take they place on the replacements bench instead of Michael Hasslett and Bryn Cunningham.

Ulster team: Paddy Wallace; James Topping, Jonathan Bell, Adam Larkin, Tyrone Howe; David Humphreys, Brad Free; Justin Fitzpatrick, Paul Shields, Simon Best; Jeremy Davidson, Gary Longwell; David Allen, Andy Ward (Capt), Tony McWhirter
Replacements: Richie Weir, Clem Boyd, Mark Blair, Russell Nelson, Kieran Campbell, Ryan Constable, Niall Malone.

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