Edinburgh’s huge improvement under Richard Cockerill has a downside – Scotland’s new demands on his personnel.
Glasgow have agreed to release lock Brian Alainu’uese from his contract eight months early to allow him to join three-time European champions Toulon with immediate effect.
Okay, it wasn’t the worst European Tour season ever for Scotland in the end. But we got too close for comfort.
Was Edinburgh’s crushing of three-time European champions Toulon at Murrayfield a statement game? Certainly, but mostly a statement to themselves.
Greig Hutcheon thinks he might have a future in this maddening game after all as he held on for his third M&H Logisitics Scottish PGA Championship title ahead of both O’Hara brothers at Gleneagles yesterday.
Fine margins are the difference between winning and losing in the Heineken Champions’ Cup, and that hasn’t changed since Edinburgh’s run to the semi-finals in 2012 to now, says Grant Gilchrist.
Gregor Townsend continues to trawl for something different as he builds Scotland towards the World Cup a year from now but Sam Skinner’s presence in a Scotland squad named for the Autumn Tests yesterday was really out of left field.
The M&H Logistics Scottish Professional Championship is poised for a thrilling finish on the King’s Course at Gleneagles today as the field bunched together laving Paul O’Hara and Greig Hutcheon as co-leaders.
Twice champion Greig Hutcheon took over at the head of the field at the halfway stage as defending champion Chris Kelly went from six shots ahead to six behind on the second day of the M&H Logistics Scottish PGA Championships at Gleneagles.
Chris Kelly tightened his grip on the M&H Logistics Scottish PGA Championship title right out of the gates at Gleneagles by leaving the field scrambling again from the first round on the King’s Course.