Dougie Fife and Charlie Shiel have been called up to the Scotland squad on tour, replacing Lee Jones and Ali Price.
An Edinburgh-heavy Scotland got their summer tour underway in Edmonton with a confident win against a lacklustre Canada side, writes Rory Baldwin.
Kevin Millar takes a look at the previous history of Scotland matches against Canada as it is announced that Grant Gilchrist will lead a very different looking side at the weekend.
Edinburgh have unveiled a new logo, colour scheme, and announced news about future stadium plans. Lots going on in the depths of BT Murrayfield
Yesterday Kevin Millar looked at the U20 World Championship tournament as a whole and now here’s a more detailed rundown on Scotland, and the players who will need to perform to ensure success.
In the first of a two-parter, the King of Previews Kevin Millar takes a look at the upcoming U20 World Championship, an annual event that this year is being held in France,
Brodie takes off his grumpy prop hat and puts on his slightly merry beer nerd hat to take a look at a new offering from Gen!us Brewing that helps promote Doddie Weir’s fight against MND.
Scotland defensive lynchpin and all-round good chap Alex Dunbar has been ruled out of the summer tour because of injury. He’ll be able to watch it on council telly though… UPDATE: Richie Gray also set to miss out.
Rumours are swirling about Scotland’s defence coach Matt Taylor, while John Barclay is undergoing surgery on his achilles set to keep him out until November at least.
Glasgow have announced the side to face the Scarlets on Friday night in the PRO14 semi-final. Will it see them to another final, or can the Scarlets push for back to back wins?
This week Cammy is joined by John Anderson to chat about Glagow’s semi final against Scarlets, an Edinburgh and Scotland rugby star with little regard for road safety and the fall out from the Super 6 announcement
Adam Hastings is one of six uncapped players in the Scotland squad for the summer tour of the Americas. Townsend has picked another uncapped standoff in the shape of Harlequins’ James Lang.
Richard Cockerill has put out the strongest possible side to face Munster at Thomond Park, with Mark Bennett and Blair Kinghorn back in the starting XV.