Alan Kerr wades into the debate with a look at the first of our back positions: fullback.
There may be a dearth of talent in other positions but the Scottish back-row seems to have been going through a purple patch over the past few years. That in itself comes with its own problems when trying to choose the best side and poor selection was consistently flagged as one of Andy Robinson’s major [...]
Cameron Black takes a look at the candidates for openside flanker. Fusaro, Rennie, Grant, Barclay? Any of them fit?
Win one of 3 pairs of tickets to the Heineken Cup pool game between Edinburgh and Munster this Sunday!
Moody Blue takes in the return of Rory Lamont and a high scoring affair between Currie and Dundee.
Mike Blair announced he is to step down from international rugby this week. Rory Baldwin pays tribute.
With the 6 Nations coming up Brodie Smithers looks at the position of Hooker and the possible candidiates for the number two shirt.
We look at the crucial cogs in the scrum, loosehead and tighthead. Is Ryan Grant inked in already? With two games on a Sunday, is Euan Murray still a viable pick?
Michael Lamont reports from Scotstoun where Glasgow entertained the united colours of Treviso. The Warrior Nation rolls on.
Edinburgh hosted the best team in Europe hoping for an end to their losing streak. Sadly they were disappointed.
Scott Johnson gathers his lieutenants ahead of the Six Nations, and not all of them are foreign either.
Thanks for reading folks, Happy New Year to you all. Those of you in the Warrior Nation will be particularly pleased, I think. Sorry we’ve been a bit slack of late but our resources are swashbuckling throughout the land and not always with time to cover everything. Thanks for the help to everyone who guest posted [...]
To kick off a regular series of posts looking at each position in turn ahead of the Six Nations, Tom Macleod looks at the runners and riders for the second row in a potentially new look Scotland team.
Glasgow welcomed Edinburgh to new home Scotstoun for the first of the festive head-to-heads.
Could an Edinburgh team that had scored zero points so far get their Heineken Cup campaign going in Paris?
Glasgow hosted Castres in what turned out to be a fairly turgid affair. Christie Lester reports.
Ten players who were involved with Scotland U20 last year return to the age-grade set up as Sean Lineen’s side gather for a training camp ahead of the junior 6N fixtures, announced this week.
With the growth of the Scottish Rugby Blog team there are a few more knights to fit round the table but we crossed swords recently and told an epic tale of Scotland's battles this November, covering coaches, players, Lions, stadiums and more...
Tom Macleod takes a look at today's World Cup draw, which put Scotland in Pool B with South Africa and Samoa.
Moody Blue heads back to Millbrae for a top of the table clash between Ayr and George Graham's Gala.