Glasgow Warriors 25-10 Munster, Scotstoun Stadium
Glasgow Warriors went on to claim the pole position in Conference A after they went on to win the Pro14 clash against Munster with a 25-10 margin at Scotstoun Stadium on Friday.
Centre Pete Horne kicked a 15th minute penalty goal to get Glasgow off the mark and soon the lead became 8-0 when Callum Gibbins crossed over in the 23rd minute.
As Munster struggled to score a point, a converted try from Stuart Hogg in the 29th minute followed by a touchdown from
Adam Ashe in the 27th minute meant the home side scored 22 unanswered points before the break.
Munster got off the mark finally in the 44th minute when JJ Hanrahan kicked a penalty goal and after a gap of 20 minutes, the Irish regional side had their first try through replacement Rhys Marshall that was improved by Joey Carbery as the scoreline remained 22-10 heading into the final 10 minutes.
However, the damage was too much for Munster in the first half and Hogg capped off a 25-10 win for Glasgow Warriors with his first penalty kick in the 73rd minute to get their second win from as many games.