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Latest news including some Glasgow transfer news on former Scotland prop Ryan Grant and the finalised England, Ireland and Wales squads.
Glasgow Warriors travelled south knowing that a win would see them through. In the end, what they got was so much more, writes John Anderson.
Gavin Harper looks at the rise of Zander Fagerson and asks, should we still be panicking at the loss of WP Nel for the Six Nations?
Everyone’s been going a bit mental over Glasgow’s treatment of Conor Murray. But is there more to it? Rory Baldwin and Ruaridh Campbell investigate.
Two Scotland veterans look like they may have played their final games for their country, after missing out on the Six Nations squad, says Gavin Harper.
Vern Cotter has revealed the group of individuals who will carry the burden our national rugby hopes and expectations over the coming months. It being his last squad, there aren’t too many surprises.
Scotland’s back row selection options are one of the more complex headaches faced by Vern Cotter. Do we need a 7 at 7, or indeed a 6 at 7, or a ball-carrying 8? Iain Hay takes a look at the numbers.
One of the most important games in Glasgow’s European history, but once again Munster proved too streetwise for them, as John Anderson reports.
Injury, disciplinary and team news. Oh, and WP Nel is back. Who says we aren’t good to you.
Matt Scott has been Gloucester’s find of the season with 11 tries so far. Is he due a Scotland recall? Gav Harper investigates.
Glasgow welcomed 7th placed Cardiff to Scotstoun on what seemed like a lovely night for some flowing PRO12 rugby, until the rain came down in buckets. John Anderson reports.
We’ve put our heads together and here are the winners for the awards that are almost certainly more important to Scottish Rugby than the Oscars…