Ruairidh Campbell has the lowdown as a youthful Scottish Sevens side begin their World Series campaign building towards the World Cup in San Francisco this July.
Pete Horne starts at 10 for the visit of Cardiff while Adam Hastings backs him up from the bench. A sign of things to come for post-Finn Glasgow?
Richard Cockerill is able to call on a number of players returning from Scotland duty as reinforcements for the second leg of the tour to South Africa as they take on the Southern Kings.
This week Cammy is joined by Rory and Al to look back at the Australia game and the Autumn Tests. We also discuss Andy Robinson’s face, enjoy a classic TV theme tune and Cammy is forced to say Ryan Wilson had an alright game.
Edinburgh’s backroom department have been busy in recent weeks with Richard Cockerill’s team making a number of signings to bolster the squad. Will Duncan Weir be left out in the cold by all these fly-half signings?
Rory Baldwin runs an eye over the Scotland performances from the ground-breaking win against Australia in the final Autumn test of the year.
Despite the loss of Stuart Hogg early on, Scotland showed they aren’t a one man team with a record demolition of 14-man Australia, writes Rory Baldwin at BT Murrayfield.
Gregor Townsend’s thoughts will firmly have turned to the challenge of the Wallabies on Saturday, but many will still be mulling over the heartbreak of letting a first-ever win over the All Blacks slip through our fingers, says Gav Harper.
Gregor Townsend has made four changes for the team to face Australia. You may not like all of them as much as you would hope to.
This week Cammy is joined by Rory and Rugby World’s Alan Dymock to look back at Scotland’s performance against New Zealand and ponder what Finn Russell’s French accent will sound like.
Al Kerr runs his eye over the Scotland performances from a thoroughly credible effort against double World Champions New Zealand.
Scotland came close to a historic victory but despite first half dominance, couldn’t press their advantage home as they lost agonisingly to the All Blacks, writes Rory Baldwin at BT Murrayfield.
John Anderson thinks that everyone should relax and be happier about life as a Scotland supporter.