Cammy, Rory and Gav discuss the impact of the Lions squad on Scotland’s summer tour
Alan Greenwood is back from outer space. He’s seen the future – and it is a George North billboard on the moon with not a thistle in sight.
With only Stuart Hogg and Tommy Seymour summoned for duty by the British and Irish Lions, Gav Harper re-assesses the Scotland summer tour party, and Gregor Townsend’s targets for his first games in charge of the national side.
The podcast is back. Cammy, Gav and Rory lose it over the Lions and we speak to Scotland legend David Sole about leadership.
The Lions squad is out. And so are most of the Scottish hopefuls, as Gatland takes a two man Scottish party to New Zealand.
With the Lions squad due for announcement this week, here’s the legally mandated and most likely massively naive Lions prediction post.
John Anderson watches as a scratch Glasgow side take Zebre apart in just half an hour, in an entertaining display of offloading rugby.
Former “Killer Bee” Kelly Brown has announced his retirement from playing rugby at the end of the season, aged 34. Rory Baldwin takes a look back at his career.
Transfer, Pro Team and Sevens news roundup in case you missed it. Back from holiday, Rory Baldwin takes a look.
Edinburgh’s season is all but over after they were knocked out of the European Challenge Cup, writes Gav Harper.
Rory Baldwin takes a look at the teams and matchups ahead of the Saracens vs Glasgow Quarter Final on Sunday.
Duncan Hodge has picked about the strongest side he can muster with current injuries, making four changes from the team that fared so poorly against the Scarlets.
In this weeks podcast Cammy, Rory, Al and Jack look back over Scotland’s Six Nations and Big Vern Cotter’s time in charge.