Chris Murray takes a long hard look at himself and finds that, actually, as a Scotland fan, he doesn’t care all that much about the Lions.
Iain and John review a crazy 1872 Cup game, hand out an acting award to an Edinburgh back and discuss the salty Irish response to Scottish Lions.
Edinburgh travelled to Scotstoun on Friday night aiming to retain the 1872 Cup. Everything was pointing in the right direction. So what went wrong? Craig takes a look.
Contentious and crazy 1872 decider sees Glasgow win eventually. (NB: we know it’s not Pro14 but there’s image copyright issues)
Edinburgh travel to Scotstoun on Friday night in an attempt to keep the 1872 cup far from the grasp of Glasgow Warriors, writes Craig Manson.
Eight delighted Scots make final cut for Lions tour
Watch the Lions squad announcement live from 11:45am followed by our live reaction at 3:30pm.
Cammy, Iain and John predict the Lions’s squad ahead of Thursday’s squad announcement and throw in a couple of boaters that might catch some pundits napping.
John and Iain review Scotland Women’s win against Wales, pay a heartfelt tribute to the retiring Tommy Seymour and reluctantly review the weekend’s Rainbow Cup action
The Six Nations is an extraordinary competition, and this year’s was more exciting, more controversial, more unbelievable, more Dave Cherry, more everything than perhaps any before. Chris takes a look back.
Cammy takes a look at how many Scottish players we can reasonably expect to see named in next week’s Lions squad and whether it’s enough to save the concept in Scotland
Set-piece superiority sees off Welsh challenge
Woeful Warriors take a tanking in Treviso