Exeter eventually came out on top in a frenetic European Champions Cup encounter at their Sandy Park home, and inflict a season’s first defeat on Dave Rennie’s Warriors, writes Iain Hay.
Glasgow begin their first European campaign under Dave Rennie this weekend with a tricky visit to Premiership champions the Exeter Chiefs. It won’t get easier…
Apologies for the lack of coverage this week as I’m in the wilderness on holiday. Here’s a post to get your PRO14 chat on.
Alan Greenwood watches as Glasgow take on a sticky Treviso side at Scotstoun and come out the other side of a rain encounter with a bonus point win.
Edinburgh travelled to Dublin in hope rather than expectation that the RDS would give them a hospitable welcome. They emerged with credibility but zero points, writes Rory Baldwin.
Edinburgh face an uphill challenge on the road to Leinster who welcome back several internationalists on their return from South Africa. Cockerill, meanwhile, has borrowed the tombola…
Tommy’s back, Fraser’s back, Ryan’s back, Matt’s got a contract and Treviso seem to be just Benetton now. But other than that, not much has changed.
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Glasgow served up the style, with a large side portion of grunt, to inflict a heavy defeat on their fierce rivals Munster, writes Iain Hay.
Richard Cockerill has made seven changes to the Edinburgh side who will travel to Llanelli in hope more than expectation on Saturday.
Glasgow face last season’s bogey team Munster. Both teams are unbeaten. So far…
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Ruairidh Campbell reports as John Dalziel names his first Scotland 7s squad, retaining Dougie Fife from the poaching eyes of Richard Cockerill