Glasgow travelled to the RDS where they had not won since 2011 and put in a huige shift as Iain Hay watches on.
It is the penultimate round and Glasgow are hunting a home semi with a trip to Leinster while Edinburgh are still looking to get out of the much tighter Conference B.
Dave Rennie has signed a deal to keep him at Scotstoun until 2020 while Richard Cockerill has announced the players leaving Edinburgh at the end of the season.
Rory continues his look at the World Squad and makes a drastic U Turn to make his life easier. Will Townsend follow suit?
The Scarlets and Edinburgh play out a classic game of two halves down in Wales as watched by Sandy Smith.
Here are the Pro teams for the weekend with Jonny Gray and Tommy Seymour back for Glasgow and Mark Bennett for Edinburgh.
On this week’s podcast we chat to Rory Lawson about the Barbarians, his work as a commentator and the weekend’s Pro 14 games. Cammy and Iain also look back at the weekend’s European action.
In an ongoing series on how the World Cup squad is shaping up, Rory takes a look at how the Six Nations and recent European action has affected things.
Sandy Smith takes a look at some of the talking points in the wake of Edinburgh’s narrow defeat to Munster in the Heineken cup quarter finals.
Glasgow and Edinburgh have both named strong teams for this weekend’s European quarter finals.
Edinburgh have further bolstered their squad ahead of next season with the announcement of five signings including a new deal for Hamish Watson.
Sandy Smith watches as an ‘ugly’ bonus point win over Leinster gets Edinburgh’s PRO14 challenge back on track.
Brodie Smithers takes a look at a new multi purpose bit of kit and finds it might have a use on the sidelines, but definitely does on the beach…