Cammy is joined by Rory and John in our latest podcast to chat about the recently released SRU accounts and Gregor Townsend’s 6 Nations squad
Gregor Townsend has announced his squad for the 2020 Six Nations including a new captain in Stuart Hogg, and 6 uncapped players.
With the Scotland squad announced tomorrow, Rory takes a look over the options available for the upcoming Six Nations.
The West Coast based contributors ponder who they would select for their Warriors’ Team of the Decade.
Stuart Hogg returns to Scotstoun this weekend with Exeter, while Edinburgh are off to France.
With 2020 now in full steam, we sat down to have a think about what lies in store for Scotland’s pro teams and the national side itself, using our patented Head/Heart/Arse system.
The podcast is back after the festive break. We look at changes in the Scotland coaching set up and analyse the make up of Glasgow and Edinburgh squads to see which one is really the poor cousin.
With several of the leading candidates retiring since the World Cup, who might Gregor Townsend turn to next for his 6 Nations captain?
Riveting match sees Warriors go “old-skool”, producing an attacking masterclass, writes Iain Hay.
All change for both pro teams as they prepare to weather the depletion of their squads by the international window. Oh, and Jonny Gray will be off to Exeter next season.
As the 6 Nations draws closer Sandy Smith takes a look at what the Scotland squad selections might mean for Edinburgh’s PRO14 campaign
A world cup year was always going to be busy with 2- more tests than normal – and important ones at that. We take a look back at the highs and lows of the pro game this year.
All change for Gregor Townsend as Matt Taylor leaves for Australia while Townsend gets a new attack coach from Super Rugby, and a scrum specialist.