John Anderson watches as Glasgow dismantle last year’s European finalists for a second week running.
And Jason O’Halloran dinghies Warren Gatland. News and team roundup heading into the second of the European back to back weekends.
John Anderson watches as Glasgow travelled to Paris in hope rather than expectation, but came away with expectations considerably raised. A night the fans won’t forget!
Edinburgh went down heavily to Stade Francais at BT Murrayfield before mounting a second half comeback with only 14 men that saw them take the points in the end.
Now that Craig Joubert has retired, the referee appointments for the Six Nations have been announced.
Our man Brodie Smithers tackles Phil Vickery. Well…maybe not – but his clothing range gets a review.
Here’s a Glasgow Warrriors injury update and some other bits and bobs from the week’s news.
Jack Mysyk watches as Edinburgh visit a powerful Ospreys side and come away with dignity intact (barely) and not much else.
Adam from FirstXV and his team have picked their Lions team based on the Autumn Internationals. It’s actually quite good.
Glasgow Warriors badly needed a win to get their season back on track heading into European back-to-backs. Unfortunately Munster are still grimly clinging on to the form that has put them atop the league.
In the last of the series, Kevin Millar grades Scotland’s efforts against the points marked for improvement after the first Autumn Test. Were they paying attention?
John Anderson takes a look at how the backs went over the Autumn Test series and looks ahead to the next time they’ll reconvene, in the Six Nations.
The Six Nations Council today announced the introduction of a bonus points system to be trialled in the 2017 RBS 6 Nations.