This week Cammy is joined by Alan Dymock and John Anderson to look back at the bizarre happenings at Twickenham in the latest episode of our podcast
Scott Johnson’s tenure at the SRU is at an end and already rumours are swirling that he might like to bring some names from Scottish Rugby over to Australia.
Scotland travelled south to Twickenham with little in the way of expectation surrounding them. Could they find a reason to be optimistic at the end of a poor Six Nations?
For the final time in this season’s Six Nations, Kevin Millar runs through some key stats and head to heads as Scotland take on England at Twickenham.
This week Cammy, Iain and Rory look at World Rugby’s latest proposals for a World Championship as well as looking back at the game against Wales and the upcoming Calcutta Cup match.
The final team of the 2019 Six Nations is here, and the injury gods are not done yet with the news that Jamie Ritchie is unfit to play.
Returning to the scene of several crimes, Scotland tackle England at Twickenham. Kevin Millar examines whether there is any way to cause an upset.
Ruaridh Jackson and Kyle Steyn have been called up to the Scotland squad ahead of the final round this weekend.
Iain Hay watches at BT Murrayfield as Scotland improve a little but can’t make it count against a Welsh side whose Grand Slam dream continues.
Kevin Millar runs through some of the key stats and head to heads as Wales visit Murrayfield for round 4 of the Guinness Six Nations.
Gregor Townsend has made four changes to the Scotland team to face Wales including dropping Greig Laidlaw to the bench.
Cammy Black looks at the deluge of pundits fighting to make their voices heard and which we should be taking seriously
This week Cammy and Iain are joined by Josh Gardner from the Blood & Mud podcast to preview the Wales game and chat about the turmoil that has engulfed Welsh rugby