Walker Cup star Grant Forrest leads a strong field for this weekend’s Battle Trophy at Crail Golfing Society, the third counting event in the Scottish Amateur Order of Merit season.
Edinburgh produced a major shock in shrugging off a red card after just five minutes of the 1872 Cup first leg to score a last minute try and inflict Glasgow Warriors’ first Guinness PRO14 defeat of the season.
Hundreds of children will leave school these next few weeks with not a clue about what they want to do with their lives. Craig Boath never had that problem.
As many as nine buses full of Blairgowrie fans and many more by train and car will descend of BT Murrayfield tomorrow as the Perthshire club aim to make history with their first national trophy.
Glasgow have secured Fraser Brown until 2020 ahead of today’s first leg of the 1872 Cup while Richard Cockerill has made his “poaches” from the Scotland 7s squad permanent for Edinburgh.
The Caledonia Reds have named a 22-strong squad for their first match against the South of Scotland for 14 years at Jedburgh’s Riverside Park next week.
Dundee High 18 Falkirk 36: Impressive Brims leads Falkirk to victory in top of the table Mayfield clash
Falkirk's stand-off Liam Brims produced a virtuoso performance in the sunshine at Mayfield to ensure his side remained unbeaten and consigned Dundee High to their first loss of the season.
A late try double by Dundee High stand-off Fraser McKay lifted his side to a narrow victory against a brave Howe of Fife side who played a man down for nearly an hour.
Centre Duncan McIntyre’s dramatic interception try with the last play of the game lifted Howe of Fife to their first league win in almost a year and gave them hope in the BT National League Division One relegation battle.
Edinburgh have made five changes with home town hero Tom Brown secured on a new two year deal as they head to Dublin to take on Leinster in the Guinness PRO12 tonight.