All the chit-chat from the post-match press conference at Murrayfield.
Scotland and Wales came together at a chilly Murrayfield and found themselves in a war of penalties from which Wales emerged victorious.
Scotland U20 were impressive in fits but basic errors saw their cause undone against a physical and skilful Welsh U20 side.
Glasgow have announced that John Barclay is to leave the club at the end of the season, while Edinburgh have wrangled Richie Rees off to the Dragons a year into his contract. Who else could be off?
Moody Blue takes us through the Club International XV to face Ireland tonight in Ayr.
Guest poster Siobhan takes a look at Saturday’s match from a Welsh perspective.
Cameron Black continues his regular series with a look at this weekends opponents, Wales
Michael Bradley and Neil Back got the chop today as Edinburgh announced the new interim coaches that will see out the troubled season.
Scotland U20 have announced the team to take on Wales in Inverness on Friday (free entry).
An excuse for Weir’s Way puns all round as the young fly half gets his first start for Scotland against Wales, who have announced a powerful team packed with big names. Includes full teams.
Douglas Ross takes a look at Hamilton vs Hawks in the National League.
Moody Blue rounds up the weekend’s cup and league club action
A mercurial second half performance from Flying Fijian Niko Matawalu guided Glasgow to another bonus point win, sending Gregor Townsend’s men to the top of the RaboDirect PRO12.
A gritty comeback and a refusal to know when they are beaten saw Scotland record their first back-to-back Six Nations win since 2001. Brodie Smithers reports from a very relieved Murrayfield.
1st visited 2nd in the RaboDirect PRO12. Conditions were cold, but the atmosphere at Scotstoun was fiery in a messy, mesmerising, and at the end, close affair.