Podcast: Episode 104 – 1990 & All That

Cammy and Rory look back at Scotland’s last Grand Slam win which happened thirty years ago this year. We take a look at the Calcutta Cup game which saw Scotland clinch the title, indulge in some early 90s nostalgia and and try to work out why Scotland haven’t won a Slam since.

You can watch the full game on YouTube via the link below and there’s also a highlights programme featuring a very young John Inverdale conducting post match interviews in the Scotland locker room.

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4 comments on “Podcast: Episode 104 – 1990 & All That

  1. ANDREW murphy on

    The thing that struck me was how often Scotland lost ball in the tackle or ran into touch!

    • Rory Baldwin on

      Yeah I noticed a lot of players going into touch maybe the lineout was more of a 50/50 without jumpers? These days they always cut back inside to avoid it, which sadly means you rarely see a winger try to beat his man for pace on the outside.

    • Captain Chaos and his band on

      Now that is how you scrum, Front row impact , get back to that and we will have rugby at its best, a contest.

  2. Tam tm on

    It was Nigel Starmer Smith not John Inverdale I think you may find with the post match interviews.

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