Scotland stand-off Dan Parks could not hide his pride after becoming the leading points scorer in the history of the Celtic League.
The Sydney-born playmaker was just two points behind Irishman David Humphreys, who amassed 786 points for Ulster, going into Glasgow’s match with the Ospreys at Firhill.
Parks had crossed for 18 tries and kicked the rest of his 784 points in conversions, drop goals and penalties over the course of 76 league games.
Against the Ospreys he set up Thom Evans' first try and kicked two conversions and a penalty to move five clear of Humphreys, despite Glasgow losing to a late Alun Wyn Jones try.
Scotland star Parks said: “I wasn’t really aware of the points record until maybe last year but to secure it is a milestone achievement for me.
“Goal kicking has always been a very important part of my game and because the source of most points in a game is from kicks it makes you realise the importance to the team.”