We owe it to Glasgow Warriors fans to win PRO 12 final says Gordon Reid
Warriors prop is determined to make up for last year's loss by beating Munster in Belfast this weekend.
Glasgow Warriors prop Gordon Reid believes the team owe it to their fans and go one better than last year when they play Muster in the Pro 12 final on Saturday.
Reid, who came on in the second half of Glasgow's dramatic semi-final win over Ulster, says the hurt of losing heavily in last year's final will drive the team on come this weekend.
Gregor Townsend's team head to Belfast looking to cap their season off in style and Reid doesn't want to return to Scotland with a runners-up medal.
He told STV: "It was heartbreaking last year to lose in the final but again when you lose it makes a team stronger.
"You learn from your mistakes and that's what we're going to hopefully do. We're going to correct that.
"There's a lot of people going over as in last year and as a team we kind of felt we let a lot of people down.
"We played a good brand of rugby but we want to go one step further and get a bit of silverware."