This week Cammy is joined by Rory and John to preview the Six Nations and look back at the weekend’s European action
Head Coach Gregor Townsend has today announced four additional players called up to the Scotland squad as they begin their Six Nations camp.
John Anderson watches as Glasgow travel to Allianz Park for another fixture with Saracens, which as it turned out will not be the last this season.
Rory Baldwin watches as Edinburgh welcome Vern Cotter’s Montpellier to BT Murrayfield for a winner-takes-all clash in the Heineken Champions Cup.
Glasgow face a huge task this weekend with 2016 and 2017 champions Saracens to be overcome to guarantee the knockout stages.
Edinburgh close in on a quarter final spot after a historic victory at the Stade Mayol, writes David Roulston (UPDATED with teams for Montpellier)
This week Cammy and Iain talk about Scotland’s Six Nations squad and the weekend’s European action. We also announce the final list for our “Song For Scotland” campaign.
Gregor Townsend has announced a slightly depleted looking Scotland squad for the 2019 Guinness Six Nations tournament.
Rory Baldwin takes a look at Scotland’s success rates since 1987 and what it tells us about life, the universe and World Cups…
European teams for the weekend as both sides are still in the hunt for a knockout place.
Exiled Scotland Flanker John Hardie has committed his future to Kingston Park by signing a new two-year deal with Newcastle Falcons.
In this week’s podcast we launch our campaign for a World Cup song and Cammy forces John to talk about what’s going wrong at Glasgow and right at Edinburgh
Sandy Smith reflects on a professional display by Edinburgh against Southern Kings as the home side wrapped up the bonus point early on.