In the second of a two part series, Gav Harper looks at how the summer tour of the Americas might have affected the makeup of the Scotland squad for next year’s World Cup.
Gav Harper revisits his proposed World Cup squad with a large pen and trims it down to 31 following the summer tour. First up in this two-parter are the backs.
This week Cammy is joined by John to look back at Scotland’s win over Argentina. Cammy also speaks to Scotland internationalist Rhona Lloyd about her work with the School Of Hard Knocks
Scotland finished their summer tour on a high, with a resounding 15-44 win over a bedraggled looking Argentina in Resistancia as Iain Hay watches on.
With the team announced earlier, Kevin Millar takes a look at the final selection of the summer tour, and the history of Scotland vs Argentina matches in recent years.
This week Cammy is joined by Iain to look back at Scotland’s narrow loss to the USA and divulge some rumours on Edinburgh’s possible new kit design.
Gregor gets his preferred choice of forwards coach, and to celebrate he gives Jacko, SuperDunc and a few others an early summer holiday as Scotland prepare for the final test against Argentina. How might that affect the team selection?
Rory Baldwin watches as Scotland lose to the USA Eagles in Houston, putting a big dent in Townsend’s summer tour momentum.
All change again for Scotland as Stuart Hogg takes over the captaincy and George Horne gets a first cap. Kevin Millar looks at the team and our recent history against the USA.
This week the podcast is back with two episodes. Cammy is joined by Iain and Rory to look back at Scotland’s game against Canada and the trouble that’s brewing at SRU Towers.
Dougie Fife and Charlie Shiel have been called up to the Scotland squad on tour, replacing Lee Jones and Ali Price.
An Edinburgh-heavy Scotland got their summer tour underway in Edmonton with a confident win against a lacklustre Canada side, writes Rory Baldwin.
Kevin Millar takes a look at the previous history of Scotland matches against Canada as it is announced that Grant Gilchrist will lead a very different looking side at the weekend.