It’s another two part podcast as Scotland’s summer tour comes to an end.
In the first part Cammy and John look back at Scotland’s win over Argentina and uncover a surprising name in the list of top tacklers for Scotland. In the second part the guys look over the latest Agenda 3 proposals about the future of the game in Scotland and we chat to Scotland international Rhona Lloyd about her work with the School of Hard Knocks charity (https://www.schoolofhardknocks.org.uk/)
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We’re also looking for our listeners to get involved in the comments on this page and elsewhere on the blog:
“Hands in the ruck” – What’s had it’s hands in your ruck? Let us know in the comments and we’ll pick out the best ones.
“Where’s Dougie Donnelly?” – It’s now mandatory to have a rumours section in a rugby podcast (apparently) so we’re looking for yours as well as news of any Scottish sporting media personalities you’ve spotted out and about. Have you seen Dougie Vipond down Tesco? Has your uncle’s brother’s aunt’s friend heard from someone down the pub that Jonny Gray is getting a new fence put in? Has your plumber been doing some work round Murrayfield and seen Richard Cockerill taking delivery of a new yoga mat? If so then let us know.
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