Jamie Lyall reflects on an all-too-familiar afternoon of disappointment and turmoil at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Al Kerr rates the players after the disappointing but largely predictable (once it was underway) loss to Italy.
BT Murrayfield started sunny and ended rainy, much like the demeanour of the home fans who attended the midway point of Scotland’s Six Nations campaign. Would it be over already?
Cameron Black looks ahead to Scotland’s must win game against Italy
With Grant Gilchrist now out until the summer (well, May), who does that leave in the frame for the Scotland captaincy heading into the World Cup?
Pete Horne has been handed the 10 shirt for Scotland to face Italy on Saturday, while Tim Swinson comes in for Richie Gray.
Finn Russell’s appeal has been overturned and the original ban upheld. Which gives us about 3 days to find a standoff…
Vern Cotter has called up 5 more players to the Scotland squad ahead of the Italy game on Saturday.
Glasgow looked to do the Scottish double over Ospreys in two weeks. After the disappointing Wales game last week, could Al Kellock’s men restore some pride?
Edinburgh entertained an understrength Ulster at BT Murrayfield. The red carpet was well and truly rolled out as 13-man Ulster got out of jail with the win…
Finn Russell has been banned for 2 weeks following his yellow card at the weekend. The SRU is set to appeal.
So we lost against Wales. Alan Greenwood urges us not to stomp all over Glen Jackson’s reputation, just yet.
Refereeing disputes must not cloud the truth that Scotland passed up another massive opportunity for victory – but they are getting closer, writes Jamie Lyall.