The visitors had built an early 10 point lead with Richard Rees opening the scoring with a try which Shaun Connor converted before adding a penalty.
Calvin Howarth finally got the home side on the scoreboard with a penalty and even better was to come for the Scots in the 28th minute when they set up a superb try out of the blue. Scrum-half Graeme Beveridge left two markers for dead with devastating side-steps as he raced into the Welsh half and Joe Beardshaw was positioned on his shoulder to take the short pass and gallop to the line. Despite Howarth hitting the conversion the Ospreys bounced back before the break as Connor levelled the game with another penalty.
Kenny Logan put the Warriors back in the game early in the second half but as the end to end rugby continued Andrew Millward went over to celebrate his 50th league
appearance. Jones added the conversion to square matters once again.
The frantic end-to-end action continued as Rory Lamont bagged the third Glasgow try after powerful work by Andy Henderson. Howarth’s kick was accurate – but Terblanche darted in to give Jones the equalising conversion in the dying moments