Podcast: Episode 110 – Rucktopia

On this week’s podcast Cammy is joined by Stuart Cameron to discuss what changes we’d made to rugby if give the chance. We discuss some listener suggestions as well as a few of our own as we make our way through changes to laws, competitions, pathways and structures within Scottish rugby and beyond.

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2 comments on “Podcast: Episode 110 – Rucktopia

  1. MisterC on

    Theres plenty union can learn from league. It’s about time that rugby league gained a proper foothold in Scotland. Surely worth trying to get a pro rl team who can join the english ranks and reach super league. Theres a good surplus of players who haven’t made it with Scottish pro teams who could do a job in rugby league. Unfortunate that for so long the Scottish rugby authorities and fans have snobbily ignored and belittled the noble game of rugby league

  2. 1.8T on

    Looks like World Rugby have answered some of the requests with the new law trials. Sadly nothing about enforcing straight scrum feeds which is my personal pet peeve. Looks like Ireland will be in contention for the spoon if choke tackling is banned ;).

    I’m not a scientist but I’m not sure having less people in maul reduces the chances of getting Coronavirus. Rugby is a game that fundamentally involves people in close proximity and touching each other, you either risk assess it and deem its safe to play (with the necessary testing etc) or don’t play at all IMO. A bit like the leaving the middle seat empty on a place, I mean its great, like being in business class, but does it really achieve anything?

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