On this week’s podcast Cammy is joined by John and Al to look back at Scotland Women’s historic draw with France and Scotland Men’s run out against Georgia.
We also find out which Scotland International has broken protocols to visit a semi fictional town, discuss the relationship between clubs and the SRU and whether a sense of entitlement is holding rugby back in financially precarious times.
We’ve also partnered with Northwest Passage Expedition Gin: Distilled in Orkney as a homage to the many Orkney explorers who mapped the Northwest Passage, flavoured with botanicals from Orkney and the Hudson Bay, and distilled with water from Login’s Well, the ancient water source used by Franklin and Captain Cook when they went to explore the NWP.
The gin is being sold to raise money for an expedition which aims to be the first to row the Northwest Passage, the Arctic Route that links the Atlantic to the Pacific. It’s considered the last great first on earth. Click the link below to find out more and buy some gin.
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