The Principality Stadium with the roof closed is unique in world rugby, believes Hamish Watson, but the Scots have to go there tomorrow for the inaugural Doddie Weir Cup game prepared for it.
Adam Hastings is not a replacement for Finn Russell, but a genuine rival for the Scotland No 10 shirt, and he’ll get ample opportunity to prove it during the Autumn Tests.
Stuart McInally will captain Scotland and former Strathallan School star Jamie Ritchie will make his first start on British soil in the Doddie Weir Cup against Wales at Cardiff on Saturday.
For Huw Jones, the fabled Principality Stadium atmosphere is not something he recalls with any great fondness.
Allan Dell considered giving up rugby during last year’s season-long injury nightmare but the Edinburgh prop is back and firing at almost full power ahead of the Autumn Tests.
The hostile atmosphere at the Principality Stadium won’t faze Adam Hastings because he’s been through it all already.
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John Methven, the Kirkcaldy RFC stalwart and historian, has just about seen it all, but even he had never seen a game quite like Saturday’s at Mayfield.
There’s a more than a bit of Cupar in the Glasgow Warriors side tonight in Limerick as they aim to cement their position at the top of their conference in the Guinness PRO14.