Edinburgh’s dominant front row mashed the Dragons for two tries and a succession of yellow cards as the capital side romped to a four-try Guinness PRO12 win at BT Murrayfield
This was supposed to be a nice and gentle entry into Rugby World Cup 2015 for Scotland. Instead it’s turned into an almost frantic circus around Gloucester.
Less than two years after being formed, the Cupar-based women’s rugby team Howe Harlequins have made it to BT Finals Day and they cannot wait for their trip to Murrayfield, discovers MICHAEL ALEXANDER.
Jason O’Halloran’s timing is off for his few days in St Andrews as his golf clubs don’t arrive from New Zealand until next week, but the new Scotland attack coach thinks he’s coming into the squad at precisely the right moment.
Glenrothes pulled clear at the top of BT Caledonia Division 1 with a 37-27 win over Orkney in a hard fought encounter at Carleton Park.
Alloa turned on the style to lift the BT Bowl at a canter, chalking up 11 tries as they saw off Cumnock 71-19 at BT Murrayfield.
Harris Academy and Alloa remain on track for a BT Caledonia Division Two (Midlands) title showdown after both posted bonus-point wins on Saturday.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get much worse, it did. Scotland were roundly thrashed by a far superior Ireland to end a miserable RBS 6 Nations.
Alloa continued to set the pace in BT Caledonia League Division 2 (Midlands) with a 35-7 win against league strugglers Blairgowrie.
The news from Inverleith at no-side was ultimately disappointing, but Dundee HSFP have everything to be optimistic about even in missing out on the promotion play-off for the BT Premiership.