Podcast: Episode 99 – 1984 Galashiels Speed Chess Champion

This week Cammy, Iain and Rory look back at the weekend’s PRO 14 action and ahead to Scotland’s must win 6 Nations game against Italy. We have some fantastic Where’s Dougie Donnelly signings which border on stalking and get out Hands In The Ruck over Sir Clive Woodward and the continued fall out from Finn Russell leaving the Scotland camp.

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Born a Souter but brought up just south of the Border in Berwick where he played for Berwick RFC as a kid any any position where cover was needed.
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8 comments on “Podcast: Episode 99 – 1984 Galashiels Speed Chess Champion

  1. DC on

    The SRU continue to stay a step ahead of the RFU as the most useless of rugby administrators.
    Super6 final to be played in Glasgow?
    Top three league positions taken by two Edinburgh teams and a Border team.
    I get the nice plastic pitch and maybe they accept that no one will come wherever they play it but seriously????
    If you want people to care about the final or support the teams(franchises) make better decisions.
    Ignore this post if Ayr and Stirling pull off a miracle.

  2. Rory Baldwin on

    One thing I forgot to mention in my Hands in the Ruck was that should they do the unlikely and grant the wishes of the #ToonyOut brigade following a defeat to Italy, who exactly is going to take over for the remaining two games?

    Richard Cockerill and Dave Rennie have teams to look after. The SRU couldn’t make a long term appointment in under two weeks – or they shouldn’t at any rate.

    Danny Wilson – on his way out to Glasgow
    Steve Tandy – in the job a monthish
    Mike Blair??!

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