On this week’s podcast we look ahead to the 1872 Cup and discuss John Barclay’s retirement from rugby.
With the Premiership due to resume this weekend Sandy Smith gives us the run down on the Scots to watch.
On this week’s podcast we discuss the state of the SRU coffers and why Mark Dodson may be the hero we need right now. We also look at the possibility of a women’s pro team and Pierre Schoeman bing a belter for the Lions
Coaching shuffles at Glasgow and Scotland, and dates for the returning Six Nations in October have been announced.
On this weeks podcast we discuss the appointment of John Dalziel as Scotland forwards coach, whether Scottish rugby needs to do better when it comes to player’s mental welfare and whether Scotland really need Finlay Christie
On this week’s podcast we look at plans for an Autumn International tournament and the health of both pro teams. There’s also details of how you can support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content.
The World Rugby Executive Committee this week recommended a revised temporary 2020 international calendar to accommodate a general lack of international rugby this year due to Covid-19.
With the PRO14 resumption now only a few short weeks away Sandy Smith takes a look at Edinburgh’s squad and assesses their strength in each position.
We held out Big Club Dinner live on Facebook to raise money for clubs in Scotland and My Name’5 Doddie. You can watch it back now.
An amalgamation of the sevens squad between Scotland, Wales and England would have a detrimental effect on the women’s rugby in Scotland, writes Kelly M.
Ahead of our Big Club Dinner on Friday, Cammy Black takes a look at why local rugby clubs are key to the continued success of rugby in Scotland
Legally mandated Lions chat! Campbell weighs in with his thoughts on the upcoming 2021 tour after it was confirmed last week that it will go ahead.
On this week’s podcast we speak to Greig Laidlaw about his move to Japan. We also talk about plans to redevelop Scotstoun and the return of club rugby.