Glasgow coach Sean Lineen admits he was proud of the way his side bounced back to turn the tables on Edinburgh in the 1872 Cup.
Edinburgh cruised to victory in the first leg at Murrayfield on Boxing Day and looked in the kind of form which would secure the 1872 Cup with victory at Firhill.
But Lineen's charges recovered from their Christmas mauling to see off their opponents from the capital and start the new year in style.
The Scotland assistant coach said: "It was a hard week for everyone connected with the squad in the wake of their heavy defeat on Boxing Day.
"But I was really proud of the way they acquitted themselves in such difficult circumstances.
"They guys dug deep both physically and mentally and we can now look forward to the rest of the league campaign with some new optimism.
"The players took a long, hard look at themselves after Murrayfield and captain Ally Kellock did a fantastic job in terms of motivation."