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Alex Gallacher tapping the ball back
Stewart Philips, Jim Duff and Gordon Smith secure clean ball
Mini, Ned, Paynsie,Unknown,Flatty, Slabber, Peter Davidson and George Summerville winning the tug of war in 1976
Dodger goes for goal as Andy Stewart and Jimmy Cochrane look on
John Lafferty and Paynsie looking for the ball
Hamill trying to give some back row cover
Austin and Andy in their prime
Jimmy Gray making a nuisance of himself as usual
A young Jim Medway leads the way supported by Andy Lonie
Collum shows Paynsie and Jim Duff a clean pair of heels
Gordon Clark hopping about
Tam McCabe in a struggle for possession
Paynsie and Inver in full posing mode
Below: Biggles and Tam go through their paces
Kenny Mulholland and Jim Morrison prepare for a lineout
A young Iain Calder keeping up with play
Jim Angus,Jimmy Gray and George Sommerville create organised chaos
Stevie Johnstone showing all his skills at 9
Scrum Down
Left: Nigel and Biggles practise their goose steps
Lying Deep
The boys contesting a lineout at Loch Lomond 2003
Right: George looking for a needle in a haystack
Slabber, Wullie Low and Walter Upton try to build a pyramid
Left: Hamill sleeping on the side of a scrum
Left: A 16 year old James and Bobby Stewart when selected to play for Glasgow Under 18's