This week Cammy is joined by Rory and Rugby World’s Alan Dymock to look back at Scotland’s performance against New Zealand and ponder what Finn Russell’s French accent will sound like.
Al Kerr runs his eye over the Scotland performances from a thoroughly credible effort against double World Champions New Zealand.
Scotland came close to a historic victory but despite first half dominance, couldn’t press their advantage home as they lost agonisingly to the All Blacks, writes Rory Baldwin at BT Murrayfield.
John Anderson thinks that everyone should relax and be happier about life as a Scotland supporter.
Scotland welcome world champions New Zealand to Murrayfield this weekend, for another crack at that long standing record of 2 draws, 0 wins.
This week Cammy is joined by Rory to look back at Scotland’s win over Samoa and wonder what kind of kind of whale Jonny Gray would choose to be if he had to be a whale.
Gav Harper runs the rule over the Scotland performances in the opening test against Samoa. Update: now with injury news.
Scotland came out on top in high-scoring game but it was a far from comfortable outing against a determined and unusually practical Samoa side, writes Rory Baldwin.
The SRU plans for the Super Six are a good idea in principle but potential franchises should learn the lessons of the past in Ireland and Wales, writes guest poster Geraint Powell.
Gregor Townsend has named 4 uncapped players in the squad to face Samoa on Saturday. Will injuries still allow Scotland to still play the free-running, pacy rugby he wants?
Following the suspension of a number of Howe of Fife players and officials after an initiation went wrong we want to hear about your experiences of behaviour in rugby
Richard Cockerill’s Edinburgh had a pretty good weekend with a bonus point win over the Ospreys. Several players have since been called up to the Scotland squad.
Still unbeaten in the league, Glasgow went looking to dish up some revenge to their European conquerors Leinster, and Niko Matawalu was the waiter for the evening, writes Rory Baldwin.