Glasgow's hopes of reaching the knock-out stages of the Heineken Cup were all but ended by a 22-14 defeat to Newport Gwent Dragons.
Three tries before the interval gave the Dragons a healthy half-time lead as their backs produced their best performance for some time, but they were unable to add to their score in the second half as the Scottish visitors produced a late but unsuccessful rally.
The Dragons scored tries through Adam Jones, Luke Charteris and Martyn Thomas while James Arlidge struck two conversions and a drop goal.
John Beattie and Kevin Tkachuk crossed for Glasgow with Dan Parks converting both tries.
Iain Henderson's start to the new season may have been denied by a hip injury but he's not short of support on his road to recovery - Ulster teammate Stuart Olding vowing to do all he can for the Ireland lock.