With Alex Allan a late call up to the Scotland squad, Gavin Harper looks into the form of Scotland’s front row candidates and suggests there may be trouble ahead this autumn…
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The SRU has issued a statement that clarifies their position in the row over player release with PRL.
With Pro12 action returning this weekend and Glasgow stung by their under performance in Limerick, was it a Halloween thriller at Scotstoun, or just a bit of a shocker? John Anderson reports.
Vern Cotter has announced the Scotland squad for the Autumn tests against Australia, Argentina and Georgia, with a few surprises.
Duncan Hodge’s Edinburgh will have taken much confidence from snaring the win in a high-scoring, free running game of rugby at BT Murrayfield, writes Rory Baldwin
In the end Munster paid the perfect tribute to their late coach Anthony ‘Axel’ Foley, but it was not what you wanted to see if you are a Glasgow fan, writes John Anderson.
Where once the Scotland midfield was static and uninspired, the area of concern is now finding the most balanced partnership; or trying to shoehorn 6 into 2.
Oh what a night… writes John Anderson
A few bits of transfer news this week: Stuart Hogg signs up for another 2 years and Greig Laidlaw is off to France.
Gav Harper looks at the positives Edinburgh will take from their recent win going into Challenge Cup action this weekend.
Duncan Hodge’s first home game in charge at BT Murrayfield as Edinburgh took on the Dragons. Would anybody turn up, team included? Yes, as it turns out, writes Rory Baldwin.
Brodie Smithers returns from the rugby wilderness, where it turns out he has been, well, playing actual rugby, and testing out some new insoles.
With the door closed on the Alan Solomons era and Duncan Hodge installed as the club’s interim head coach, what positives can be taken from the South African’s time at the helm? Gav Harper investigates.