James is back with the latest London Scottish news, including awards, signings, elections (ugh) and the all important fixtures for next season.
John Anderson looks at the Scotland vs Italy test and assesses how our lads fared in the Singapore humidity.
Gregor Townsend as coach, Duncan Taylor at full back, rugby internationals in Singapore. It was a game of firsts, writes Rory Baldwin, but Scotland came out well on top.
Ever the man with useful information, Kevin Millar takes us through the global law trials that you’ll need to know about this weekend that will be used in Lions, Scotland and U20s games
WP Nel and Duncan Taylor return from injury layoff to start for Scotland against Italy this weekend while Ben Toolis earns his first start, in head coach Gregor Townsend’s first Scotland team.
With one round of pool games to go in the Junior World Championships, Kevin Millar takes a look at the permutations and how Scotland might fare in the final rankings.
In the first episode of series 2 of our podcast Cammy, Jack and John look ahead to Scotland’s summer tour and ponder how you go about bouncing a lion.
The new weekly round up for all things London Scottish gets off to an exciting start, jam-packed with additions to the Exiles squad ahead of the upcoming Championship campaign. James Rhys Baylis reports.
Scotland U20s consolidated a decent showing against New Zealand with a first ever win over Ireland at this level, as the Junior World Championships continue.
Scotland U20s went down fighting against a New Zealand side with a result that while no surprise represented a considerable improvement on recent efforts (includes video).
Almost all of the initial British and Irish Lions training group are set to start the tour’s opening match against the Provincial Barbarians on Saturday, including all 3 Scots.
Stuart Hogg sits down with Eliot Daly, Conor Murray and Adam Jones to discuss blending players, in the name of, well, blending whisky…
Yesterday we looked at the tournament as a whole. Here’s Kevin with Part 2 of our Junior World Championships preview, focusing more closely on Scotland. Scotland’s first game is tomorrow (Wednesday).