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Scottish Rugby Blog Podcast Series 2 Episode 1 – Bouncing A Lion


We’ve launched the first episode of series 2 of our podcast. This series will have four episodes covering Scotland’s Summer Tour (remotely of course we can barely afford the bus fare to get to Murrayfield sometimes).

In the first episode Cammy, Jack and John look ahead to the tour, review Glasgow and Edinburgh’s seasons and look at what the British & Irish Lions can learn from actual lions. We also get hot under the collar about plans to expand the Pro12 and haka bashing.

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Series 3 will start in October as part of our tenth anniversary celebrations and continue throughout the Autumn Tests.

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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. 

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5 Responses

  1. Not that Italy are great opposition, but Finn R. has more talent in his little finger than at least two of the current Lions fly halves.

    1. 2? BIggar sure, but Farrell is one of the most influential players in the NH and Sexton is a bit of form but one of a handful of world class FHs. Russell has a way to go until he is in the same bracket.

      1. His one touch passes are sublime but he maybe does not have the same control of play that those guys have.

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