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Scottish Rugby Blog Podcast Episode 9 – Oh Cotter! My Cotter!

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The ninth episode of our podcast is now available to listen to and download. This week Cammy is once again joined by Rory and Jack as well as co-founder of the blog Al Kerr. We look back and wonder if a fourth place finish equals a successful 6 Nations for Scotland and bid cheery bye to Big Vern Cotter™.

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You can find the podcast in the usual places.

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We’re going to continue doing the podcasts on a monthly(ish) basis to look back at stories and match reports from the blog as well as your comments. Sadly the fantasy league jingle has been packed away until the autumn tests but the Lions Chat one will be around for a few months yet.

The next episode of the podcast will be available shortly after the Lions squad announcement which is due on 19 April. We’ll also have a chat about Glasgow and Edinburgh’s performance in Europe and the Pro 12.

In the meantime keep checking out the blog and leaving comments and we might pick yours out for comment of the week on the next podcast.

About The Podcast

The Scottish Rugby Podcast brings you the best in informal chat and discussion about Scottish Rugby. Each week during the season we put out a 40 minute podcast suitable for all listeners, covering all the latest news and key analysis of the big matches. 

We broadcast the podcast live so you can watch and join in on the night. Get involved and submit a comment via YouTube, Facebook or Twitch. You can also choose to watch or listen back afterwards using one of our video or podcast channels:

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6 Responses

  1. On the Lawes and Itoje being swapped in one of the pundits team that was the case they were generally swapping positions in every match at about 55 mins. Was another interesting tactic by Jones.

  2. Classy as always gents. You can’t have Launch and Maro as the second row, though – need a lineout caller, which means Lawes, AWJ, Toner or (ahem) Jonny Gray.

  3. Nice touch with the closing poetry. I feel more cultured with every podcast. Keep up the good work of entertaining and informing those who share ye minority interest that is Scottish Rugby.

  4. Thank you gentlemen! Very enjoyable series. Looking forward to hearing more in the near future!

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