Sandy Smith takes a look at Edinburgh’s performance against Benetton and grades their early season performance as we approach the break for European action.
John Anderson looks at how Finn’s first games in the Top14 rated on the Finnsanity meter. In short, how’s our boy getting on?
Both teams struggled on the road last weekend for one reason or another but they’re back at home this weekend as the Bennetton and the Dragons come to visit. In the past, foregone conclusions
This week Cammy is joined by John to console him after Glasgow’s defeat in South Africa and the guys have a crack at deciphering the SRU press release on its review of Keith Russell’s dismissal.
John Anderson seethes into his keyboard at the misfiring performance of the Glasgow Warriors team during their shock 38-28 defeat to the Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth.
Edinburgh learn a painful lesson in converting possession into points at the hands of European and Pro14 champions Leinster, writes Sandy Smith.
More PRO14 action this weekend as Edinburgh travel to Leinster to face a strong Irish side, while Glasgow remain in South Africa to tick off the second franchise there but they will have to do it without Stuart Hogg
Sandy Smith looks back at the career of Edinburgh centurion Alasdair Dickinson who recently announce his retirement from playing
This week Cammy is joined by Andy Brown from the Sports Integrity Initiative to discuss drugs use in sport after an amateur Scottish player received a legnthy ban for using recreational drugs
Iain Hay reports as Glasgow play a helter-skelter game against the Toyota Cheetahs in Bloemfontein but run out convincing winners in the end.
Edinburgh made heavy weather of their first home game of the season but came away with two tries and a win against a dogged Connacht side at BT Murrayfield, writes Rory Baldwin.
Glasgow open their two-week stint in South Africa with a visit to Bloemfontein and the Cheetahs. Last season’s version was a cracker, will we see a repeat?
Edinburgh’s first home game of the season sees the visit of Connacht to BT Murrayfield