Glasgow’s seconds dispatched the Ospreys down in Swansea at the weekend – one success in Wales at least – and John Anderson asks, is Dave Rennie’s plan starting to work?
This week Cammy is joined by Stewart Weir to talk about co-writing Doddie Weir’s autobiography. Cammy also chats to Iain and John about the Wales game and why Scotland fans should be celebrating more
With Autumn Test action returning to Murrayfield, Kevin Millar takes a look at the first home fixture which will be against Fiji.
Iain Hay runs his ruler over the Scotland performances in Cardiff and finds it a decidedly mixed bag. Gregor Townsend has responded by calling up a number of players including two out of favour exiles…
Sandy Smith watches as a youthful and inexperienced Edinburgh side record a fine win against Scarlets at BT Murrayfield.
Rory Baldwin watches as Scotland and Wales battle it out in Cardiff for the Doddie Weir Cup, and finds Scotland unable to breakdown the stifling Welsh defence.
In part 2 of the Wales v Scotland match preview, Kevin Millar takes a look at the head to heads and other matchday essentials.
Sam Hidalgo-Clyne returns to Murrayfield while Blade Thomson makes his debut. Glasgow travel to Swansea to face the Ospreys. Everyone is a bit understrength.
This week Cammy is joined by Rory and Al to look ahead to the Autumn Tests to predict what the big talking points will be. In the second of this week’s podcasts Cammy chats to Ian McCaw about rugby finances including wheather a third Scottish pro team is realistic.
As the Autumn Tests get an early kick-off in Cardiff, Kevin Millar previews the Doddie Weir Cup action as the teams are announced (UPDATE: includes teams).
Iain Hay watches as a depleted Glasgow come agonisingly close to a victory over Munster at Thomond Park.
Darcy Graham and James Lang have been called up to the Scotland squad, or in Graham’s case promoted from
Sandy Smith watches through his fingers as Edinburgh fail to take anything from their visit to Parma to face Zebre, having started strongly in the first half. Will a lack of Scotland stars scupper their chances these next two weeks?