After four games in the 2014/15 BT Premiership season, our man Brodie Smithers gives his verdict on the teams progress so far.
Rory watches Glasgow visit Rodney Parade, an unhappy place for them in recent years. Could they overcome the Dragons and keep it 3 wins from 3?
Jamie Lyall reflects on Edinburgh’s insipid loss to Connacht and the need for a change of attitude ahead of Sunday’s tricky tie with the Ospreys.
Glasgow went to Cardiff with high hopes of keeping their early season momentum rolling and despite the odd scrum wobble, came home happy.
Rory watches Edinburgh valiantly take the fight to Munster, and finds the capital pro-team look a different beast to last season’s bedraggled bunch.
Rory watches rugby on Youtube and is surprised by one or two things, while sees other things that are very familiar.
Our correspondent Brodie Smithers trys out a new headguard and gives his views.
With the BT Premiership due to kick-off this Saturday (30th August) Brodie Smithers previews the prospects of all ten teams.
Ahead of the new season Cameron Black takes a look at the state of the game in Scotland and further afield…
It was a case of mixed emotions for the Scottish 7s side as they finished 7th at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow but experienced the rarity of playing in front of a large and vocal home crowd.
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Rory takes in the final test against South Africa and reflects on the summer tour, the first under Vern Cotter.
Scotland sign off the 2013-2014 rugby season with the final mix and match caboodle to face South Africa. Can they pull off an unlikely win?
Scotland ticked off their second continent of the three continent, 4 test “loony” tour with a visit to Argentina in Cordoba.
Ross Ford and Nick De Luca are back in the Scotland line up alongside new captain Grant Gilchrist. That’s sure to set the heather ablaze with chatter…