This week Cammy is joined by Iain Hay and Rugby World’s Alan Dymock to chat about recreational drug use in rugby, Stuart Hogg’s future and whether we should re-evaluate Ross Ford’s entire career.
A pulsating end to end match at the Kingspan sees Edinburgh miss out by a single point against Ulster, writes Sandy Smith.
Our favourite suppliers of rugby kit over at First XV give us the lowdown on the new kits for Edinburgh, Glasgow and Scotland recently released by Macron. Here’s Adam with the details.
Glasgow face Munster at Scotstoun this weekend, and the teams are out with Dave Rennie largely staying faithful to the XV who won over in Galway.
Tom Brown returns to action as Edinburgh travel to Belfast to take on the new look Ulster under Dan McFarland. Could be a good one, this.
Duncan Taylor suffered another major setback on the comeback trail; this time it is a knee injury, according to his club Saracens.
John Anderson looks back at Glasgow’s narrow win over in Galway and sees room for improvement, but plenty of positives too.
Close but no cigar for Edinburgh on the opening weekend of the PRO14 against Ospreys as Geroge North made the difference for the hosts, writes Sandy Smith.
Dave Rennie will take a strong Glasgow team over to Galway for their opening fixture in the 2018 Guinnes PRO14 season.
Richard Cockerill has thrown the big guns straight into the action for the visit to Wales this weekend in the opening round of the 2018 Guinness PRO14.
This week Cammy and John look ahead to the new season with help from Gary Heatly. Cammy also chats to David Barnes from The Offside Line about the Keith Russell story and its ramifications.
Iain takes a look at the SFA’s upcoming decision on the future of Hampden and a potential relocation to BT Murrayfield. Warning: contains the F word (football).
This week Cammy is joined by organisational psychologist Damian Hughes to discuss his new book and how successful teams create winning cultures.