Only focusing on rugby – even this early in the season – would drive the Glasgow Warriors crazy, according to co-captain Ryan Wilson, which is why the South African two-week tour is such a blast.
Two “innocuous” injuries could see Stuart Hogg and Zander Fagerson miss considerable time for both Glasgow Warriors and for Scotland, assistant coach Kenny Murray admitted yesterday.
My abiding memory of Justin Rose, the No 1 golfer in the world right now, will always be at Gleneagles in 1999.
Scotland’s Liam Johnston claimed his second Challenge Tour victory in his debut season to all but clinch his European Tour card for 2019 while Callum Hill continued his rapid rise through the ranks at in Kazakhstan Open yesterday.
Edinburgh head coach Richard Cockerill, as we’ve discovered multiple times during his 14-month tenure with the club, is a canny and clever operator and not just with what happens on the field.
Ali Price is “in great nick, really fit and really lean” as he attempts to put a poor 2018 behind him returning to the Glasgow Warriors starting lineup in Bloemfontein.
Edinburgh duly got their first win of the Guinness PRO14 season but made heavy weather of subduing Connacht at a damp Murrayfield and were left hanging on for the victory after dominating for an hour.
Edinburgh have lost three times in succession under Richard Cockerill only once – at this time last year – but there is no panic in the ranks ahead of the meeting with Connacht at BT Murrayfield tonight.
The R&A’s desire to ditch its crusty, traditional image and promote a new persona for the 21st century was underlined with the announcement yesterday of a simplified Rules of the Golf and a complete rebranding of the organisation.
A year ago, pegged out and gasping for air in the in-goal area at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein, Callum Gibbins confirmed his arrival in the affections of Glasgow Warriors fans.