Pyrgos


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Pyrgos,

Greece: see PírgosPírgos
or Pyrgos
, town (1991 pop. 28,660), capital of Ilía prefecture, SW Greece, in the Peloponnesus, near the mouth of the Alfiós River. It is a commercial center with various light industries.
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Rennie's quest is also boosted by the availability of Scotland aces Rob Harley, Ruaridh Jackson, Nick Grigg, Lee Jones, Henry Pyrgos and D'Arcy Rae.
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The migrants, 33 men, one woman and four children were in a boat that was towed into the Kato Pyrgos harbour by a police vessel around 1am on Tuesday after it was located in the sea nearby.
Pyrgos couldn't miss the conversion and Glasgow were back on top.
Skipper Greig Laidlaw is rotated out of the starting XV, with Henry Pyrgos coming in at scrum-half and taking the armband.
Russell provided a personal tally of 21 points with two tries, a penalty and and four conversions while Jones (two), scrum-half Henry Pyrgos, centre Mark Bennett and Tommy Seymour got the other tries.
SCOTLAND have added Alex Dunbar, Henry Pyrgos and Fraser Brown to their RBS Six Nations squad amid doubts over the fitness of Matt Scott.
Henry Pyrgos captains the Glasgow side from scrum-half and will make his 100 appearance for the Warriors this weekend.
Captain Henry Pyrgos said the Scots made too many early errors and some harsh words were spoken at the break.
But with just nine days until Cotter names his squad for the global tournament being staged in England, the head coach will be concerned that only adopted Scot John Hardie, substitute Peter Horne and Pyrgos seemed to show a desire to impress.