- Seymour, Price & Harley score first-half tries for Warriors
- Seymour & Steyn score in quick succession in second half
- both Horne brothers score for Warriors
- Marcell Coatzee, Rob Herring and Michael lowry respond for Ulster
- Place in the final at Celtic Park next Saturday at stake
- Leinster face Munster in the other semi on Saturday
Glasgow full-back Stuart Hogg on BBC Radio Scotland:“We’ve been targeting all season giving ourselves every opportunity to win silverware. We’ve got one massive 80 minute performance next weekend at Celtic Park.”
“The real hard work starts Monday morning. We’re in touching distance of achieving something really special.”
Former Scotland Sevens captain on BBC Radio Scotland
Quote Message: It’s the perfect way for Stuart Hogg to finish his Glasgow career at Scotstoun. I don’t think he would have expected to win by such a big margin.
It’s the perfect way for Stuart Hogg to finish his Glasgow career at Scotstoun. I don’t think he would have expected to win by such a big margin.
What a match! That last 20 was a tad ridiculous, but enjoyable.
For Glasgow, the job was done inside the hour though. Seven tries, 50 points, and a final at Celtic Park to come.
Ridiculous try. All credit to Ulster, they’re playing to the end.
Stuart McLoskey gets the ball moving with a superb offload. Off they go down the right-wing, and Lowry just about shurgs off Tommy Seymour to stretch and score.
No defence in sight anymore…
Horne has only been on the pitch for about 10 minutes but he’s scored one and set up one too. The hard work for this one was done by Adam Hastings though, his show and go set up Horne to scamper under the sticks from close range. The fly-half eases over the conversion.
Seven tries. 50 points. Not many would have predicted that.
It’s getting a bit silly now.
Replacement hooker Rob Herring is the one to dot down after a rumbling maul. Billy Burns knocks over the conversion.
A bit of pride restored for Ulster.
Both Horne siblings are off the bench and George dinks a kick over the defence for older brother Pete to gather and fall over the line.
Hastings takes his points haul in the game to 13 points with the extras.
On the pitch, Glasgow are coasting to victory. They’ve got a line-out in the Ulster 22.
Both sides have emptied the benches and the game is petering out slightly…
Ulster stalwart Rory Best gets a standing ovation from everyone at Scotstoun as he departs on what looks like his final Ulster appearance.
Not the way he would have wanted to go out, but an absolute legend of the game. We’ll see him in an Ireland shirt at the World Cup of course, before he calls time on a fantastic career.
Well then, Ulster have a score. The big back-row scores down the short side after a nice short pass by Dave Shanahan.
Billy Burns misses the conversion. They couldn’t, could they?
It really is game over now. Champagne rugby, as they say.
Adam Hastings’ impudent chip-kick is gathered by Stuart Hogg. He offloads to Kyle Steyn, and then the Warriors almost butcher a three-man overlap. Eventually though, the sensational Steyn batters off Billy Burns to score.
Scintillating. Game over, surely?
That all came from another disastrous Ulster line-out. Glasgow steal it, patiently build the phases and again strike with precision.
Sam Johnson takes advantage of a dog leg in Ulster’s defence, feeds Stuart Hogg who draws the last man and puts Seymour in for his second. Adam Hastings misses the conversion for the first time, though.
Ulster are trying to build some pressure. They’ve crept into Glasgow’s half, but Glasgow no.8 Matt Fagerson rips the ball from Iain Henderson. You don’t see that very often.
Stuart Hogg boots the ball into Ulster’s 22. and then Jacob Stockdale’s clearing kick is charged down. Glasgow are relentless.
Penalty Glasgow. Prop Zander Fagerson gets the pats on the head from his teammates for his efforts in that scrum. Lost binding, says ref John Lacey.
Ulster scrum-half John Conney goes off, on comes the livewire Dave Shanahan.
Jacob Stockdale knocks on as he bears down on the whitewash. Disappointing for the visitors. What a hit by Kyle Steyn, though.
Glasgow get a counter-ruck going but Ulster get the penalty for a late hit by Scott Cummings. Captain Rory Best opts for the scrum. Tense times.
Here come Ulster, Jacob Stockdale, then Iain Henderson thump it up. Can they get an early score? They’re in the 22.
Great steal from Jordi Murphy at the ruck. The Ulster back-row has pinched the ball as Glasgow eked their way up towards the 22. Ali Price, who’s been a nuisance all game, nicks it back but then there’s a Glasgow knock-on.
Wow, that was a big call. Ulster superstar Jacob Stockdale pops it to Louis Ludik but referee John Lacey calls it forward.
It looked flat from where I’m sitting, and Ludik was away…
Stuart Hogg gets us going again…