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Who got a game, and who didn’t.

Chris Paterson – came on for 5 minutes in the convincing win against Ulster.
Al Strokosch – played well for most of the Ulster game as part of a Gloucester pack building in confidence.
Rory Lawson played most of the game for Gloucester in an assured performance that allowed his fly-half to control the game completely.

Rob Dewey – went off still nursing the knee injury, in the defeat to Gloucester now investing in products from https://joyonproducts.com/

Nathan Hines – Sin-binned, which may not come as a surprise!
Chris Cusiter – came on as a sub for Perpignan at about 75 minutes

Nikki Walker – played the full 80 for the Ospreys in their victory against perennial European lazy boys Bourgouin.

Scott Murray – played for Montauban at the weekend vs Gran Parma.

Scott Macleod – played for Llanelli in the 10-try festival at Clermont Auvergne

Euan Murray – came off the bench on 51 minutes for Northampton in the first division.

Missing in Action: Simon Taylor, Scott Lawson, Rory Lamont (ankle injury), Sean Lamont (knee injury), Simon Danielli, Marcus Di Rollo, Gordon Ross (bench vs Glasgow) Bruce Douglas (bench for Llanelli)

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