Rory Baldwin takes on tiredness, American commentators and the Daily Record website and emerges victorious the after the Showdown in H Town, just like Scotland did and about as scrappy.
A busy day for Tom Heathcote, as he was announced as Edinburgh’s newest standoff and also switched schedules with Ruaridh Jackson for the summer tour.
Glasgow came unstuck at the last hurdle as they came up against a superior Leinster team aiming to give Leo Cullen and Brian O’Driscoll a triumphant send-off.
Rory runs the rule over the final squad of the 2013/14 season, as Glasgow Warriors fly over to Dublin intent on returning home with silverware.
Vern Cotter’s first squad announcement came in the form of, well, two squads.
Glasgow welcomed Munster to a first Scottish home semi-final to see if they could become the first of our pro-teams to make a league final.
Cameron Black takes a look at the SRU’s plans to sell the naming rights to Murrayfield and we come up with a few of our own ideas…
Ruaridh Campbell takes in the Glasgow 7s tournament that saw Scotland finally perform to their potential at IRB Sevens level with their best finish in 5 years.
I’m off at a wedding tonight, so I didn’t have time – or to be honest the inclination to write up the Edinburgh v Munster game at Meggetland tonight. But come and tell us what you thought…
Glasgow visited Treviso for their penultimate RaboPro12 match of the season proper. A win was vital to keep the pressure on for a home semi-final…
Rory takes in the re-scheduled 1872 Cup decider at Scotstoun tonight as Glasgow looked to consolidate their league position and Edinburgh to salvage some pride for their season.
Rory takes in Glasgow’s battle against Ulster at a cruddy but noisy Scotstoun.
Ruaridh Campbell gives us a rundown from the Melrose Sevens where pre-tournament favourites Glasgow Warriors lived up to the hype.
Rory takes in Glasgow’s visit to Thomond Park that saw the Warriors in full flight at Fortress Munster.