Ruairidh Campbell takes in a rather open encounter in Cumbernauld as Scotland’s U20s fail to control the Welsh backs. And watches what turned out to be a memorable night for Scotland Women.
Edinburgh displayed the sort of schizophrenic performance that they are fast becoming renowned for. A dominant first half, followed by a sleepy second that let the visitors away with the spoils.
Here are the teams for the weekend’s Pro12 matches as they prepare to face more Welsh opposition.
John Barclay will captain Scotland against Wales as Vern Cotter makes 5 changes from the starting XV against France.
Cammy and Brodie are joined by Rory and Ruairidh in this weeks podcast and look ahead to the Wales game aswell as the usual chat and regular features
It’s true, Richard Cockerill is the new head coach of Edinburgh Rugby and will attempt to steer them in some sort of direction.
In which the Scottish Team’s B Team gives their all but come up well short against a clinical Ulster team.
Josh Strauss will take no further part in the RBS 6 Nations Championship after sustaining an injury to his kidney.
As suspected, Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw has been ruled out of the remainder of the 2017 RBS 6 Nations with the ankle injury he suffered in the loss to France. And MORE transfer news.
The third episode of our podcast is available. This week Cammy, Brodie, Rory and Andy suck it up and try to find positives in Scotland’s defeat in Paris.
Glasgow have announced that Josh Strauss and Gordon Reid will be leaving the club at the end of the season while Edinburgh confirmed the long-awaited signing of Mark Bennett from the Warriors.
Scotland suffered an eighth consecutive defeat in Paris on Sunday, but what do Vern Cotter’s side need to do to turn the performance round and see off Wales? Gav Harper takes a look, and rounds up the injury toll.
Scotland went to Paris, often a graveyard of their hopes, looking for a first win since 1999 against a resurgent French side, Rory Baldwin reports on another brutally physical test match.