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Glasgow 19 Newport 15

Glasgow Warriors reclaimed a top-four place in the Guinness PRO12 after a hard-fought 19-15 victory over Newport Gwent Dragons at Scotstoun.

Having lost to Scarlets in the last round of games, it was not a spectacular response from Glasgow whose coach Gregor Townsend will know his men must play better to mount a serious challenge for the silverware this season.

If the Welsh visitors had capped a spell of sustained pressure in the closing 10 minutes, there could have been few complaints in the home camp.

Glasgow's points came from a penalty try and a 14-point contribution with the boot by Duncan Weir.

For the Dragons, who now sit second from bottom, Geraint Rhys Jones landed five penalties in an immaculate kicking performance.

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Cardiff Blues clinch 29-20 win at home to Glasgow

Cardiff Blues clinched an enthralling 29-20 against Glasgow Warriors at the Arms Park, to maintain their challenge for a place in the knock-out phase of the Heineken Cup.

Rhys Patchell scored the Welsh side's first try of the match, helping them build a 16-0 lead.

The visitors fought back, before an interception try from Alex Cuthbert in the 73rd minute sealed an important win for the Blues.

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Gran's £60 Scottish driving fine - without visiting Scotland

A woman from Swansea is to receive an apology from Glasgow Council, after it fined her for a traffic offence despite not having ever visited Scotland.

64-year-old Christine Quick was given the £60 fine for allegedly driving in a bus lane.

I was shocked - and I started thinking where I might have accidentally driven into a bus lane. Then I realised it said the offence had taken place in Glasgow, I have never been there in my life. I was upset because I had done nothing wrong. Whoever it was, it was not my car.

– Christine Quick

When Christine asked for CCTV evidence to be provided, it was found that the offending vehicle's number plate was illegible in the footage.

The penalty charge has been incorrectly processed. We will cancel the penalty charge and an apology will be issued.

– Glasgow City Council spokesperson