The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
But Kellock chose the tougher option. And it proved to be a masterstroke with the lock - despite a late sin-binning - helping the Warriors’ play-off charge pick up pace with a historic first-ever win on Ospreys soil.
Kellock had stated pre-game his desire to secure some match sharpness after coming off the bench in all three of his RBS 6 Nations appearances and was delighted with the Warriors efforts at the Liberty Stadium.
“It is hugely pleasing to get a win at Ospreys,” Kellock told www.glasgowwarriors.org. “The way it happened as well was great because I thought for 70 minutes we were outstanding and really difficult to play against.
“Then myself and Johnnie had a rush of blood to the head which made it a bit more difficult. But the way the boys dug in was brilliant so to come out with a victory down here is huge.
“The way we closed that game out at the end was intelligent, I’m delighted to get four points. We have got a couple of huge games coming so the four points that we got today is not only important but it is also about the confidence we have got to take from it.
“The performances of the young lads were great but we have got to back up these performances now.”