This week Cammy is joined by Iain and Brodie to look back at the narrow victory over Italy, ponder parking charges on the Murrayfield back pitches in the late 90s and which Scotland player looks like an angry toddler.
Gavin Harper reports from a bitterly cold Netherdale where the Scotland Club international side took on their Irish counterparts.
Scotland needed to win, and win well to make this a successful tournament. In the end they managed the win, but only just, writes Gav Harper.
And so it comes to the final preview piece of the 6 Nations as we look at the head to head matchups. Kevin Millar, over to you…
Kevin Millar gives Part I of his final preview of the 6 Nations as Scotland travel to Rome looking for an away win. Form is with them, in this case at least.
Gregor Townsend has made five changes to the team to face Italy including Nick Grigg starting at 12. The Toony Tombola strikes!
This week Cammy is joined by Rory and John to look back at Scotland’s defeat away to Ireland and hear all about Big Scott Johnson’s weekend in Dublin.
Another away game in the 6 Nations, and another Scotland defeat, but despite the scoreline plenty to be pleased with. Here is how the men in blue fared according to John Anderson (includes squad update).
Scotland went to Dublin chasing some away form, but came up against an Ireland team chasing something bigger and could not take enough of their chances in a spirited performance, writes Rory Baldwin.
Kevin Millar concludes his Ireland preview with a look at the head to head match ups. Can Scotland’s flair outdo Ireland’s experience?
With the team announced and just one change to the starting XV, Kevin Millar takes an in depth look at the recent history of matches between Scotland and Ireland and finds that Scotland have a very tough proposition ahead this weekend.
Rory takes stock ahead of the next “most important game of the season” to face Scotland, Ireland in Dublin. Gregor Townsend has recalled several big names to the training squad for the final push.
This week Cammy is joined by Al and Rory to talk about the Calcutta Cup and nothing else for well over an hour because, like Nathan Hughes taking a knee for a Princess, it was the kind of game that deserved such reverential treatment.