Here are your final Edinburgh and Glasgow teams for the season, the last leg of the 1872 Cup decider, and the last game as head coaches for Gregor Townsend and Duncan Hodge.
James Rhys chips in with some news from the Exiles down south, as London Scottish begin preparation for next season.
John Hardie will stay at Edinburgh for another year, while Mike Blair will join Gregor Townsend’s Scotland coaching group on the summer tour in June.
Gav Harper has a chat with Huw Jones to catch up on his return from injury, and his thoughts on the Lions.
James Rhys Baylis watches as Edinburgh and the Dragons battle it out at the bottom of the table. Somehow, Edinburgh battled back to win…
James Rhys Baylis previews tonight’s crunch match at Myreside as the Dragons visit Edinburgh for a bottom of the heap clash.
Edinburgh and Glasgow are both in action tomorrow (Friday) night and the teams are out.
With Scotland on the up in everybody’s mind apart from Warren Gatland’s, BT are in hot pursuit of the TV rights to the November Internationals but the SRU is understood to be keen on a sharing option.
Cammy, Rory and Gav discuss the impact of the Lions squad on Scotland’s summer tour
Alan Greenwood is back from outer space. He’s seen the future – and it is a George North billboard on the moon with not a thistle in sight.
With only Stuart Hogg and Tommy Seymour summoned for duty by the British and Irish Lions, Gav Harper re-assesses the Scotland summer tour party, and Gregor Townsend’s targets for his first games in charge of the national side.
The podcast is back. Cammy, Gav and Rory lose it over the Lions and we speak to Scotland legend David Sole about leadership.
The Lions squad is out. And so are most of the Scottish hopefuls, as Gatland takes a two man Scottish party to New Zealand.