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Moody Blue rounds up the weekend's cup and league club action
A mercurial second half performance from Flying Fijian Niko Matawalu guided Glasgow to another bonus point win, sending Gregor Townsend’s men to the top of the RaboDirect PRO12.
A gritty comeback and a refusal to know when they are beaten saw Scotland record their first back-to-back Six Nations win since 2001. brodie Smithers reports from a very relieved Murrayfield.
1st visited 2nd in the RaboDirect PRO12. Conditions were cold, but the atmosphere at Scotstoun was fiery in a messy, mesmerising, and at the end, close affair.
Guest blogger Eamonn Keane takes a look at this weekend's clash from an Irish perspective.
Edinburgh and Glasgow are both in action tomorrow night, both games are on the telly too. Harry Leonard finally gets a start, while Pete Horne is handed the 10 shirt for Glasgow.
Moody Blue takes in Hawick vs Hamilton and reminisces on watching a young Stuart Hogg during his time for the men in green.
Scotland’s win against Italy will live long in the memory. Arguably one of side’s greatest victories of the professional era it added some spark to Scotland’s 6 Nations campaign with some in the squad suggesting the team might be capable of winning the tournament outright. Ireland arrive at Murrayfield on the back of a scappy [...]
Gav Harper takes a look at Ireland's injury woes and mulls over the team that might come to visit Murrayfield in just under a fortnight.
Edinburgh Rugby under 18s overcame Glasgow Warriors 15-5 at Murrayfield last night, in full view of Scotland National under 18 head coach Eddie Pollock and our man Scott Thomson.
WIth news that Michael Bradley is to step down at the end of the season and defence coach Billy McGinty has resigned with immediate effect, Moody Blue takes a look at the contrasting fortunes of our pro-teams.
Scotland chalked up their first victory of this year’s 6 Nations under- 20 championship with a spirited perfromance against Italy at Netherdale, Galashiels, writes Stuart MacLennan.
A feast of tries, a record win and a solid performance from Scotland saw disaster averted against Italy. Brodie Smithers sums up the match from Murrayfield.
Cameron Black takes a look at 5 key ways Scotland can counteract the impressive Italians on Saturday (with team lineup).
Christie Lester reports from Twickenham on the Calcutta Cup match yesterday that saw Scotland start well but fade in the face of English dominance. Includes an injury update.
Rory waxes lyrical about the Six Nations tournament.
Cameron Black gives us the 5 rules Scotland will need to observe to snatch a result at Twickenham on Saturday.
Find out who made the A and U20 teams for key age-grade clashes with their English counterparts on Friday.
Full reaction to follow later, but for now please let us know what you think. Scotland award a debut to wing Sean Maitland, give a first start in six years to his Glasgow Warriors team-mate Dougie Hall at hooker and recall No 8 Johnnie Beattie in their team for Saturday’s RBS 6 Nations Championship opener [...]
Cameron Black takes a look at the musicality of the average Scottish rugby fan, and wonders if we couldn't come up with something better than Sccooooootlaaaand....then he tries to get a sing song going.