Glasgow’s bonus-point win leaves them third in Conference A on 24 points, twelve behind second-placed Ulster, and was the ideal response to last weekend’s 1872 Cup defeat to rivals Edinburgh.
The Warriors were beaten 29-19 at BT Murrayfield but they never looked like suffering a similar fate after Johnson put them ahead inside two minutes on Saturday.
Further tries from the Horne brothers helped Glasgow go into the break 19-12 ahead, and a second score from man-of-the-match George Horne in the 56th minute further extended that advantage.
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Dave Rennie’s men found themselves having to dig deep after seeing their lead reduced to seven points and also losing Nick Grigg to injury, the Scotland centre carried off on a stretcher after a clash of heads with Cherif Traore.
However, Glasgow regrouped and late scores from Matawalu and Davidson ensured they would be returning to Scotland with a maximum points haul.
People are genuinely concerned at where Glasgow Warriors are going
— RugbyPass (@RugbyPass) January 2, 2020
– Press Association
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