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Podcast: Episode 206 – TikTok Six Nations Review

On this week’s podcast we review Scotland’s TikTok Six Nations preformance and the latest round of URC and Super 6 fixtures.

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  1. Thanks for this gents, a really good summation of a frustrating tournament for the women. It’s a weird wrinkle of the Six NAaions that we get our three winnable games away one year and at home the next. If we can fill out the DAM next year, no reason why this team couldn’t register three wins for the first time since 2005.

    But this year is asking so much of them. Dubai in February, Six Nations in March and April, New Zealand in October. They must need some unbelievably understanding bosses. We need to professionalise, or we will be left behind. Do the right thing SRU.

    One other thing from the Final Weekend – I thought Hollie Davidson was excellent in the Grand Slam Decider. Authoritative and unobtrusive. Could 2025 be our best chance yet of seeing a Scot walk out in a World Cup Final?

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