DTH van der Merwe and Stuart Hogg shared the backfield for Glasgow scores of times over nine years, so they have a fair idea of how to wind each other up now they’ll be on differing sides next week.
Glasgow Warriors dominated for an hour but were left hanging on at the end and surrendering a potentially crucial losing bonus point to Sale Sharks before securing an opening Heineken Champions Cup win.
The Heineken Champions Cup is still the top order in Europe and will always be a target for Glasgow Warriors, no matter who the head coach is, says Dave Rennie.
Scottish Rugby’s dispute with the governing body World Rugby over the circumstances of the final pool game at the Rugby World Cup in Japan has ended in compromise with no apology from Murrayfield.
George Horne “steals” the Glasgow Warriors forwards’ tries, but his team-mate since schooldays Zander Fagerson still forgives him.
Fraser Brown doesn’t feel even close to the end of his playing career as he signs on for another three years at Glasgow Warriors, but after all the Scotland hooker is still making up for last time.
Ben Toolis wants to see Edinburgh recapture that Toulon spirit as they start their European Challenge Cup campaign in Agen on Friday.
Glasgow are benefitting from work done in Japan on their returning players as they start their Heineken European Champions Cup campaign against Sale Sharks at the weekend.
It's Edinburgh’s strong start to the season will allow them to be a little more discerning about the personnel they play in Europe this season, rather than the fact they’re in the Challenge Cup instead of the Champions’ Cup.
Scott Cummings has “a point of difference” to the other second rows in Scotland and will kick on further from his World Cup performances, believes Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie.