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And So It Begins

Good luck to all our teams in action tonight (Amateur International, the Under 20s and the Scotland A Team), tomorrow (the Women) and on Sunday. I have a new piece up on scrum.com’s fanzone previewing the big game – and lauding the P & J’s headline writers. In addition to A.D who has some exciting stuff coming up in future weeks, we’ve got another new writer Gregor who will be joining us shortly and dragging the blog into the web 2.0 era, so exciting stuff coming up over the Six Nations, hopefully some live-blogging of matches via our new twitter account: twitter.com/ScotRugbyBlog. More on this next week probably.

I have been informed that the Scotland A match vs Ireland A will be on the Telly for some via red button or BBC online, click here for more info (thanks to Andrew, may your button never be red).

But if you can get along to any of the games I would urge you to go along and show support for Scottish rugby at all levels.

Now go and watch this, and tell me you aren’t ready for the Six Nations.

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