There’s no match report this week, but let us know what you thought of the match in the comments section, as Glasgow emerged victorious from a bruising encounter in France with the rich Montpellier club.
Interactive magic lets you pick your Scotland team from Vern Cotter’s squad. Who would you pick?
Rory takes a look through the Scotland squad that Vern Cotter announced today, and sees what clues we might get to the eventual team selection to face the All Blacks next month.
Jamie Lyall comments on the cautious optimism building within Scottish rugby circles ahead of Vern Cotter’s Autumn Test squad announcement.
Glasgow welcomed Bath to Scotstoun for the European Champions Cup. Could they stand up to the Premiership high flyers? Or would it be more plucky defiance? In the end it was, pretty much, a demolition.
Glasgow went to the Kingspan Stadium unbeaten, and came home chastened by a determined Ulster team who stepped up another notch from their demolition of Edinburgh.
Ruaridh Campbell takes a look at the upcoming IRB 7s World Series, which kicks off this weekend. How will Scotland fare and who’s been signed up for the campaign?
Jamie Lyall says questions will soon be asked of Alan Solomons and the direction in which he is leading Edinburgh.
Rory watches with trepidation as a stuttering Edinburgh team travelled to Belfast for their Round 5 match against Ulster at Fortress Kingspan.
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Ruairidh Campbell takes a look at a rugby management simulator aiming to emulate the ever popular Football Manager series. Does it live up to Football Manager’s brilliance or will it continue the trend of failed attempts to create a realistic rugby game?
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.