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Referees and officials have been announced for Scotland's pool games in the World Cup. Not a fan of John Lacey? Look away now...
The new Scotland kit for the world cup has been launched. Here's a video preview.
While we're having a breather, check out some videos from the Scotland training camp in France.
A note from the management about leaving comments and playing nicely with one another...
Ruairidh Campbell reports as the Scottish U20 side look to post their first victory in the U20 World Championship against the in-form Argentinians.
The team from Scottish Rugby Blog Towers takes a look at the runners and riders in Vern Cotter's extended Scotland squad to see who's likely to make it to the World Cup...
Guess who's back...
Jack Mysyk runs the rule over the Pro12 champs one by one.
The multifold impact of Glasgow Warriors' PRO12 triumph will be most telling in the fortitude and temperament of this young squad, writes Jamie Lyall.
Al Kellock and Paul O'Connell headed to the Kingspan stadium in Belfast for this year's Guinness PRO12 final. Only one man would leave happy...
Here are the teams that will face off for the 2014-2015 Guinness PRO12 title.
Rory watches as Glasgow battle to overcome a much tougher Ulster and cheeky chappy Finn Russell tries to sneak Glasgow into the Guinness PRO12 final.
It's not just Glasgow getting out the chequebook, big Vern's been at it as well.
Rory Baldwin visits Scotstoun and finds a thriving home support given plenty to cheer about as Glasgow top the table.
Ruairidh Campbell reports from BT Murrayfield where Edinburgh looked to secure their place in a European play-off spot. A win would be enough to have a shot at making it into the Champions Cup...
With the Guinness PRO12 season ending this weekend, Gav Harper looks back at Tim Visser's time in an Edinburgh shirt.
Rory Baldwin and Alan Greenwood take a look at the cases for and against retaining the Scotland Sevens squad.
Alan Greenwood ponders the plight of Pacific Island players who are facing tough choices as the World Cup rolls around once again.
Club rugby man Brodie Smithers looks back on an exciting season in the BT Premiership.
Edinburgh reached their first European final but were unable to outmuscle Greig Laidlaw's cherry and whites.