First it was off, then it was off. Now it’s back on again. The SRU and London Scottish continue as the Ross and Rachel of British rugby.
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Vern Cotter has named his side for the first test against Japan in Toyota City, including a first start for Damien Hoyland.
Cameron Black argues that rugby should not be so quick to judge football in the wake of violence at Euro 2016.
Plenty of news on signings and transfers for the pro teams and beyond, and possibly a decision on a new artificial pitch for Scotstoun. Plus news that Castres are keeping Richie Gray, for a week at least.
From fans favourites to one season disappointments via the irreplaceable, the players leaving the Warriors this season are an eclectic mix, writes John Anderson.
Simon Amor has split his squad into two teams who will play on the European Sevens circuit ahead of the Rio Olympics.
London Scottish and the SRU have announced that their mutually arrangement to loan players and coaches is over, just weeks before pre-season was due to begin.
With Finn Russell ruled out of the summer tour through injury, Gavin Harper runs the rule over the choices that Vern Cotter has at fly-half for the summer tour. Will he promote from within, and who might he call up?
Ruairidh Campbell looks back on a turbulent season for Scottish 7s and focuses in particular on a memorable weekend in London that saw the Scots reach their first ever Cup final – and win.
Glasgow went to Galway looking for a first ever away semi-final win. Sadly history was on the side of the hosts, John Anderson reports.
No team has yet won an away semi-final in the Guinness Pro12, but Glasgow will need to do so this weekend if they are to defend their title at BT Murrayfield, writes John Anderson.
Matt Scott and Sean Lamont have been called up to the Scotland squad to replace Alex Dunbar and Tim Visser who both have knee injuries.