London Scottish have completed the signing of Namibian international Tijuee Uanavi from Glasgow Warriors.
World Rugby has approved six new law amendments that will be lumped in with existing global law trials scheduled to start in full from the 1st August. The scrum and ruck are the areas most affected, writes Rory Baldwin.
Is it a joke of a league? Do we care about the rivalry with Italian teams? Long time commenter Cameron Ritchie feels it is time to weigh in on the Pro12 debate. So he does…
The Guinness Pro12 is rumoured to be expanding into the South African market with the promise of big bucks and an expanded audience. We’ve put together a rainbow coalition of rugby bloggers from all over to find out their thoughts.
Warren Gatland announced the 23 for the final Lions Test once again without any Scots present. Some links and snippets for further reading and debate.
Glasgow and Scotland stars Jonny Gray and Stuart Hogg have successfully undergone surgery in recent days but now face an extended recovery period.
Finishing off our in-depth coverage of the U20s Junior World Championship, Kevin Millar picks his 4 players to watch for the future from the current Scotland crop.
Kevin Millar continues his look at the aftermath of the Junior World Champs with some thoughts on progression. Who’ll be back next year, and who might kick on in a pro jersey?
This week Cammy, John and Rory look back at the summer tour and have a few rants about Warren Gatland
We never like to be miserable about Scottish rugby here (yeah right) so let’s pick over the positives to be taken from that final game against Fiji. Because it’s better than doing player ratings…
Rory Baldwin watches as Scotland try to finish their summer tour on a high, but come away with something altogether different against a committed Fiji side.
With the tournament finished and the lads home, Kevin Millar runs an eye over the stats from the U20s Junior World Championships and looks at who stood out as potential stars of the future.
Scotland announced their team to take on Fiji, and cap number 110 for Ross Ford, while the Lions have their (Scot-free) test team ready.