Here’s Scotland’s second half performance against Ireland in their 22-13 Guinness 6 Nations defeat laid out in the simplest terms.
On the eighth day, the Glasgow Warriors rested – and that could be crucial in the Guinness PRO14 final, believes head coach Dave Rennie.
The Warriors will not leave Glasgow for the Guinness PRO14 play-offs while Edinburgh’s season – which looked so promising only a month ago – ended abruptly and with no tangible reward in the 34-10 loss at Scotstoun.
It rained yesterday, it's forecast to rain today, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday if we're extended into an extra day like 2015. Pay attention to guys who look good in a rain suit.
Russell Knox feels he’ll always be an outsider when it comes to the European Ryder Cup enclave, but he plans to make the team on merit next time.
New words and phrases enter the sporting lexicon all the time, and the media can’t help but reflect this.
The toddler reins and training wheels – figuratively of course – are off, and Finn Russell will assume a leadership for Scotland’s attacking game on his own as Scotland look to derail a major winning streak for the second year in succession against Wales at Murrayfield.
Glasgow romped into the Guinness PRO14 final with a half-century and seven tries in a semi-final rout of Ulster at Scotstoun last night.
Edinburgh have “dusted themselves off” the disappointment of their Heineken Cup quarter-final loss and are ready to back it up in the final three Guinness PRO14 games to reach Europe again, says head coach Richard Cockerill.
Eighteen quarter-final appearances against just three is a measurement of how big a shock it would be for Edinburgh to overcome Munster in their Heineken Cup quarter-final, believes Richard Cockerill.