With all the hurly-burly of Monday now fading into an ugly memory, Adam Hastings will direct the Scotland team at the Aviva from standoff and the real business of the tournament begins.
Head Coach Philip Doyle and captain Rachel Malcolm faced the press last week to look forward to the upcoming Women’s Six Nations Championship. Iain Hay reports.
Cammy, John and Sandy try to make sense of a bizarre week in Scottish Rugby and we talk to Tom English about the release of an updated version of “The Grudge”
Kevin Millar looks ahead to Scotland’s opening game of the 2020 Six Nations.
Sandy Smith takes a light-hearted look at the various types of Scotland fans we’ve come across over the years…
Duncan Weir has been added to the Scotland squad to replace the absent Finn Russell. Darcy Graham will also miss the opening games with a knee injury.
Scotland’s standoff superstar Finn Russell will play no part in preparations for the the Six Nations game against Ireland following a “breach of team protocol”.
Iain Hay travelled to the Guinness Six Nations launch in London to see what the captains and coaches had to say ahead of next month’s tournament.
This week on the podcast Cammy, John and Sandy take a look at the weekend’s European action and the consequences of Saracen’s salary cap breaches across the rugby world
Ruaraidh Britton takes a look at the recent Scotland squad announcement and how the team is shaping up with the Six Nations less than two weeks away.
rand Slam-winning teams of 1984 and 1990 will come together for the very first time at a unique dinner to raise money for rugby players who have suffered life-changing injuries.
Richie Gray signs for Glasgow and Leone Nakarawa is back in action as Glasgow travel to Sale and Edinburgh welcome Agen, with both sides looking for bonus points.
Cammy is joined by Rory and John in our latest podcast to chat about the recently released SRU accounts and Gregor Townsend’s 6 Nations squad