NEATH 46, GLASGOW 8
Neath gave their Heineken Cup qualification bid a massive boost by powering to an emphatic victory over Glasgow at the Gnoll.
An eight try haul for the Welsh All Blacks moved them up to third place in the Welsh/Scottish league after producing a cavalier performance against a Scottish side who once again failed to perform on the road.
Wing wizard Kevin James weighed in with a sensational four tries having ripped open the visitors on a number of occasions.
In an embarrassingly one-sided encounter in which Glasgow never found a foothold, Neath began the rout after just four minutes with James' first try.
Additional scores from Gareth Morris, Shane Williams, David Tieuti and Andrew Howell put the seal on a crushing victory for the Welsh side who succeeded in completing the double over their Scottish counterparts.
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