Podcast: British & Irish Lions Tour Special – Ep 3

Cammy, Craig and John look back at the Lions last two games against South Africa “A” and the Cell C Sharks and find Scottish players chances of a Test spot in rude health. We also get excited about Roc Nation’s sponsorship of the United Rugby Championship and the potential impact on Scottish Rugby.

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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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One comment on “Podcast: British & Irish Lions Tour Special – Ep 3

  1. James on

    Thank god someone said it, what does Rory Sutherland have to say, Jesus H Christ.

    “No guts, no Rory! Sutherland was told to forget playing rugby again after suffering a career-ending groin injury that left him wheelchair-bound and depressed… now, against all odds, he will fulfil his Lions dream”

    The notion that story isn’t an inspirational one to people is a bit silly.

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