Am I missing something? Barely two weeks on from one of the most egregious examples of slow play in professional golf history, they’re actually getting worse.
Last year’s nightmare at Twickenham was among Scotland defence coach Matt Taylor’s lowest points in his long tenure, but he’s relishing the opportunity for revenge in this weekend’s Calcutta Cup against the English at Murrayfield.
The mature David Denton wouldn’t give any advice to the 22-year-old who burst on the scene in the Calcutta Cup six years ago but would take plenty – except maybe on hairstyles.
Scotland have added six players to a revised squad for the build-up to Saturday’s Calcutta Cup game against England in the NatWest 6 Nations.
Even without their internationals and their lengthy injury list the Glasgow Warriors stayed on course for a Guinness PRO14 play-off semi-final with another bonus point victory over the South African Cheetahs.
Dave Rennie believes Glasgow could edge back to full strength in the next fortnight – with knock-on implications for Gregor Townsend and the Scotland national team.
Edinburgh’s latest staging post could make the chase in the Guinness PRO14 Conference B very interesting, but it won’t decide the play-offs either way, says head coach Richard Cockerill.
It’s tempting to think that Scotland’s battling victory over France cures all the many ills from Cardiff, but of course they don’t even approach doing so.
Plenty of matters arising from the golf writers’ annual Spring sit-down with R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers yesterday, in the rather impressive Allan Robertson House testing facility at Kingsbarns...
Scotland can’t wait to get at England after the “re-focus” brought victory over France, says centre Huw Jones.