GRAHAM McKee, the 22-year-old Glasgow High/Kelvinside prop who led the

Scottish team in the Students World Cup last month, is the only newcomer

in the Glasgow team for the Hughenden match against Leinster a week on

Saturday. His selection fills the loose-head vacancy caused by an ankle

injury to Stirling County's John Gibson.

Nine others remain from the Glasgow team who beat Edinburgh in the

Inter-city match in April whereas David McKee, Angus Turner, David

McVey, Malcolm Norval, and evergreen 36-year-old Stewart Hamilton,

return to district duty.

Kenny Logan, the Stirling youngster who was capped against Australia

in June, will be in his Scotland role at full back, but Glasgow's other

international player, Alan Watt, is in South Africa. The latter's GHK

colleague, Shade Munro was ruled out by ankle damage.

Yet another Old Anniesland forward, Andy Ness, could not be considered

because of his commitments with the national sevens squad. Nor could

Derek Stark, who has switched from Ayr to Boroughmuir, and Ian Jardine,

Stirling County's forceful centre. 0 Team:

K M Logan (Stirling County); G S Agnew (GHK), S McIntosh, D R McKee (W

of Scotland), A S M Turner (Stirling County); D N Barrett, F H Stott

(both W of Scotland); G T McKee (GHK), K D McKenzie, G B Robertson, M

Norval, J S Hamilton (all Stirling County), D A McVey (Ayr), F D Wallace

(GHK), captain, B Ireland (Stirling County). Replacements -- G F Hawkes

(GHK), S M Simmers (Glasgow Acad.), E Urquhart (GHK), G T Mackay

(Glasgow Acad.).