The 2018 Six Nations kicked off with a very tricky visit to Cardiff for Gregor Townsend’s Scotland team. New dawn, or false dawn? Mostly more darkness, a shell-shocked Rory Baldwin reports.
In part 2 of his in-depth match preview, Kevin Millar looks at the make up of the two teams. If this doesn’t get you ready for the game, nothing will…
Top of the Moon’s Kevin Millar gives us one of his famous match previews for Wales v Scotland and looks at some of the areas Scotland will need to focus on if they are to prevail. Here’s Part I.
This week Cammy is joined by Iain and Brodie to look ahead to Scotland’s opening game against Wales in the Six Nations and ponder just how many sheep Jamie Bhatti has slaughtered.
Gregor Townsend has cranked up the Toony Tombola ahead of the first Six Nations game against Wales in Cardiff.
In order to devote more time to his pre-match mind games, Warren Gatland has announced the Wales team to face Scotland today.
Scotland are in a good place ahead of the 6 Nations, but we should be worried about getting too overconfident with a close tournament ahead, writes Rory Baldwin
Moody Blue gives us an in-depth rundown on the varied stories of the Scotland U20 Squad announced last week to take on their 6 Nations counterparts.
Come and play Six Nations Fantasy with the team on Superbru! Here are the details you need in order to enter.
The Scotland Club XV met the Scotland Under 20 team on the back pitches at Murrayfield on Tuesday 23rd January in what was very much a ‘training match’, writes Moody Blue.
This week Cammy is joined by Brodie and John to look ahead to the Six Nations, announce the return of our 6 Nations Fantasy League and wonder why there are no decent prospects for professional oboe players in Scotland
Rory runs a quick eye over the weekend’s action and how it leaves the Scotland camp going into the Six Nations training week.
Glasgow will aim to finish their European campaign on a high, while for Edinburgh the mission continues as they look to preserve a recent upturn in fortunes ahead of the Six Nations break, writes Al Kerr.