Where once the Scotland midfield was static and uninspired, the area of concern is now finding the most balanced partnership; or trying to shoehorn 6 into 2.
Oh what a night… writes John Anderson
A few bits of transfer news this week: Stuart Hogg signs up for another 2 years and Greig Laidlaw is off to France.
Gav Harper looks at the positives Edinburgh will take from their recent win going into Challenge Cup action this weekend.
Duncan Hodge’s first home game in charge at BT Murrayfield as Edinburgh took on the Dragons. Would anybody turn up, team included? Yes, as it turns out, writes Rory Baldwin.
Brodie Smithers returns from the rugby wilderness, where it turns out he has been, well, playing actual rugby, and testing out some new insoles.
With the door closed on the Alan Solomons era and Duncan Hodge installed as the club’s interim head coach, what positives can be taken from the South African’s time at the helm? Gav Harper investigates.
A wins a win an aw that. So says John Anderson as Glasgow sneak past the Dragons at Rodney Parade.
Scottish Rugby has confirmed that Alan Solomons has decided to end his time as Edinburgh Rugby Head Coach
The last of the 2015/16 semi finalists visited Scotstoun on Friday night, completing a hard start to the season for the Glasgow Warriors. John Anderson reports.
Gregor Townsend has picked his strongest possible backline for the visit of Ulster tomorrow night.
Hamish Watson led a spirited second half comeback by Edinburgh that almost saw them snatch a losing bonus point from title contenders Leinster. Plenty for Edinburgh fans to ponder, writes Rory Baldwin.
WP Nel will make his 100th appearance for Edinburgh tonight as his team take on Leinster, while Glasgow travel to Cardiff to face the rejuvenated Blues.