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'There's definitely still more to come. There are boys dying to have a crack'

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Kyle Steyn banished his birthday blues with a try double against Connacht and declared the future was bright for him and Glasgow.

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Steyn and fellow Scotland squad member Rufus McLean both notched braces as Warriors recorded an impressive 42-20 United Rugby Championship win over Connacht at the Sportsground.

“I’m pretty chuffed, I won’t lie,” Steyn told glasgowwarriors.org. “I got a bit of a fright waking up and realising I was 28. I’m glad I can still run around with the youngsters out there.

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“To deliver that kind of performance was excellent from the boys. We know that it’s always tough to come over to Connacht and to get a result, so to come away from Galway with a bonus-point win is outstanding.

“With the rescheduled games, there’s a good run of games coming up for us over the next few weeks and during the Six Nations period, so it’s a good opportunity to build on this win and get stuck into it.

“There’s definitely still more to come. There are boys who are dying to have a crack and get out there, and there’s such a great energy in the squad right now.”

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