Edinburgh and the Ospreys met in the wet and muddy environs of Myreside with Edinburgh still searching for that win despite a series of decent performances.
Project players are back in the news, so we put our science hats on and did an experiment. Just what would the Scotland team look like without access to project players?
Scotland scoot up the rankings to a record position of 5th, while John Hardie will sit out the remainder of the tournament with a knee injury. Plus other transfer snippets.
This week Cammy, Rory, Gav and John discuss Scotland’s win over Wales and provide a further update about Warren Gatland’s midlife crisis
Iain Hay watches in hope rather than expectation as Glasgow travelled to Swansea with a depleted side and a rapidly dwindling playoff challenge.
John Anderson rates the Scotland players following their 29-13 win over Wales.
Scotland welcomed Wales to Murrayfield looking for a first win against them in almost a decade, and Rory Baldwin was there to see them earn it.
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.