Tommy Seymour came to Glasgow as something of a project player almost a decade ago, but he’ll leave as a British Lion, one of the most prolific wings in Scottish rugby history and probably playing the rest of his career as a Warrior.
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Edinburgh finally made good on their big scrum and forward advantage for the full bonus point win over Newcastle to give their Heineken Champions Cup qualification chances a real lift.
Edinburgh get all their internationals back for tonight’s Heineken Champions’ Cup game against Newcastle but that doesn’t make them favourites even with home advantage, believes Richard Cockerill.
It’s as hard to get in the Glasgow team as it is the Scotland team at the moment such is the vein of form of the Warriors heading into their Heineken Cup doubleheader with Lyon.
Stuart Hogg may be Scottish rugby’s superstar but he still feels he has something to prove in his last few months at the Glasgow Warriors and specifically to coach Dave Rennie.
Referees have a tough job at the best of times, especially in a hard contact sport like rugby.
George Watson’s College 15 High School of Dundee 5: Brave High boys go down with heads held high in Murrayfield final
The High School of Dundee’s young team battled bravely on the big pitch at BT Murrayfield but eventually went down to defeat as George Watson’s College won the Scottish Schools Under-16 Cup for a second successive year.
The characterful victory over Scarlets at the weekend has “created the pressure to keep building” on turning around Glasgow Warriors’ Heineken Cup campaign, says head coach Dave Rennie.
Former Scotland captain and former pupil Andy Nicol told the High School of Dundee’s Under-16 team to “enjoy the best of days” in a special ceremony ahead of today’s Scottish Schools Cup Final at Murrayfield.