Edinburgh said goodbye to BT Murrayfield with a loss to Ulster in their penultimate Guinness Rainbow Cup fixture. Four yellows and some interesting refereeing decisions gave both sides plenty to be aggrieved about, writes Craig Manson.
BBT Returns to say goodbye to BTM
Cammy, John and Iain review Glasgow v Dragons, run their eyes of Mike Blair’s Summer Squad and announce more details of our fundraising efforts for My Name’5 Doddie
Is it possible to have successful pro teams and a successful player pathway for younger players? Jonny McGinty ponders the issue.
After the success of last year’s Big Club Dinner to raise money for My Name’5 Doddie and local clubs we’ve decided to do it again it with a twist.
Cammy and John are joined by new contributor to review the latest Edinburgh v Glasgow match and pay tribute to two retiring legends of Scottish rugby
Young bucks wishing for the never-ending season not to end
Craig Manson gives us an Edinburgh fans view of the upcoming derby against Glasgow
We’ll get Rainbow Cup logos eventually
Chris Murray takes a long hard look at himself and finds that, actually, as a Scotland fan, he doesn’t care all that much about the Lions.
Iain and John review a crazy 1872 Cup game, hand out an acting award to an Edinburgh back and discuss the salty Irish response to Scottish Lions.
Edinburgh travelled to Scotstoun on Friday night aiming to retain the 1872 Cup. Everything was pointing in the right direction. So what went wrong? Craig takes a look.
Contentious and crazy 1872 decider sees Glasgow win eventually. (NB: we know it’s not Pro14 but there’s image copyright issues)