The stamp of Vern Cotter's authority appeared to have left a firm imprint on the backsides of a number of leading players last night after the Scotland coach named a squad for the November Test programme and left out several stalwarts of the national side in recent years.
There seem to be two types of coach on the Scottish grassroots circuit; the dewy-eyed dreamers who believe they can orchestrate a panache-laden path to the Premiership heights and the rugged realists who recognise life is a tough business in the lower leagues.
A stunning result and a valediction for Glasgow, who lived up to their status as one of the top seeds in the European Rugby Champions Cup with a performance of verve, pace, ambition and hard-nosed rugby intelligence.
As a few smouldering words from Jim Telfer could reduce even the fiercest of international forwards to gibbering wrecks, it's safe to say that Duncan Weir and his Glasgow Warriors colleagues got off lightly when the legendary coach popped into Scotstoun for a chinwag.
Scotland's hopes of qualifying for next summer's Women's World Cup in Canada received a huge boost when Lisa Evans was named in Anna Signeul's squad for the play-off semi-final games against the Netherlands.