Tim Swinson returns for Glasgow this weekend as the Pro Teams swing back into action in the Six Natiosn off weekend. Don’t expect to see too many famous faces though…
Scotland Women came off second best on the scoreboard to a muscular French pack but there was much to admire in their efforts, writes Rhona Sweeting.
Reports yesterday from a very forthright press conference by Richard Cockerill have Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, Cornell du Preez, Jason Tovey and Duncan Weir all headed for the exit from Edinburgh at the end of the season.
Iain Hay watches Scotland get their tournament back on track with the visit of France to BT Murrayfield.
Gav Harper gives us his player ratings for the win against France. Match report to follow later.
Gavin Harper watches Edinburgh take on an in form Leinster side and show some real backbone to emerge victorious.
Now that the teams are out, Kevin Millar takes a look at the individual matchups going into this weekend’s crunch match with France at BT Murrayfield.
Edinburgh and Glasgow are both in action this weekend too, and now Toony has spoken, here are the teams that Rennie and Cockerill have announced.
The rest of the rugby world will have given up taking Scotland seriously for another year after defeat to Wales, so Townsend and co can go back to the drawing board. With France in town on Sunday, here are the teams.
Kevin Millar moves us all forward with a look ahead to the Scotland v France game at the weekend. Here’s how the teams have stacked up in recent encounters at Murrayfield.
This week Cammy is joined by John and Rory to discuss the beautiful public toilets on Bute, Shoogly Dougally and Jim Telfer: agony uncle returns. We also talk about the rugby at the weekend eventually.
Scotland’s Under 20s side kicked off their junior Six Nations campaign in Colwyn Bay with a similar scoreline to the senior side but there were a few more glimmers of hope there, finds Kevin Millar.
John Anderson emerges into the clear light of day and finds he is just as angry about the performance against Wales in Cardiff. Warning: there will be zeros…