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|Archived Since:||November 2, 2008|
Glasgow appoint a new forwards coach, and Edinburgh (and Scotland) lose another centre for a while.
Alan Greenwood watches as Glasgow cement their position at the top of the table and play some tremendous rugby in the process.
The epic post Six Nations chat continues with a look at scrum halves, and the coming World Cup.
The epic post 6 Nations catchup kicks off... part 2 follows tomorrow.
Ruairidh Campbell reports on Scotland 7s' latest adventures in Tokyo as they look to build on success from Hong Kong.
Ruairidh Campbell watches Edinburgh's first taste of knockout rugby since 2012 as they travel down to Reading to take on the struggling Irish Exiles.
Former Scotland captain and British & Irish Lion Mike Blair will move to Scotstoun in the summer from Newcastle Falcons.
Alan Greenwood looks at the ways that the Guinness PRO12 could be improved to make it more appealing to, well, everyone...
Rory picks up the scraps of his fingernails from the floor and uses the gnawed stumps to bring you a report from Glasgow's latest visit to the RDS, so often the graveyard of their dreams.
More transfer and player news from the pro teams, including the retirement of Dougie Hall.
Al Kerr runs the rule over Scotland's last team of the 2015 6 Nations and then runs for the hills...
The Six Nations came to an end with Ireland on target for the tournament victory, and Scotland struggling to gain a measure of respectability. Sadly there was only one result.
Jack Mysyk sits down with former Scotland centre and Sky Sports/BBC rugby pundit and commentator Scott Hastings to chat about the Six Nations as it heads into the final weekend.
Vern Cotter has made changes to his pack ahead of the final, wooden-spoon defining match against Ireland on Super Saturday.
Andy McLellan looks at Scotland's current issues at Number 8 and the rise and fall of Johnnie Beattie.
Al Kerr has three simple fixes that would get the national team going in the right direction, that don't involve changes in personnel, or opposition analysis. To quote the meerkat...
Rory watches from behind the couch as Scotland travelled to Twickenham looking for a first win since 1983.
Cameron Black is fed up of writing about Scotland's ill discipline so turns to look at the 5 key battles in the forthcoming Calcutta Cup and ends up writing about discipline anyway
Scotland's hopes of a rare away win rest on this lot...
Andy McLellan gets out the magnifying glass and searches the galaxy for glimmers of hope ahead of the England game. He even finds a few...