Dundee University will honour Gary Clark, one of the city’s most esteemed musicians at its winter graduation ceremonies this week.
Scotland in Japan: Hamish Watson out of World Cup and Ali Price a doubt as Scots reel from opening defeat
Hamish Watson is out of the Rugby World Cup and AI Price is a significant doubt for the second pool game against Samoa as Scotland’s campaign went from bad to worse yesterday.
Jamie Ritchie is most likely out of Scotland’s opening game in the Rugby World Cup on Sunday but won’t have to wear a mask on his facial injury when he does take part in the tournament, said assistant coach Danny Wilson.
Sam Skinner won’t go to Japan in three weeks and Richie Gray won’t be at the World Cup at all, confirmed assistant coach Danny Wilson as Scotland took stock of resources ahead of a third summer test in Georgia.
Nice in high summer is not the same as Paris in the spring, conceded Scotland assistant coach Danny Wilson, but that doesn’t mean that Scotland aren’t prepared for a fully-fledged test match on the French Riviera tonight.
Danny Wilson’s looking forward to the end of the “nice fluffy time” in Scotland’s World Cup preparations when players can start knocking lumps out of each other.
Scotland need to make a statement at Twickenham today about their under-performance in this year’s Guinness Six Nations, their poor away form AND their dreadful record at English rugby’s HQ, agreed skipper Stuart McInally.
Scotland are welcoming players back to the fold as the injury crisis abates but putting the returnees back in immediately without much game-time is a “needs must” in certain positions, admitted assistant coach Danny Wilson.
The “Finn Watch” begins as star stand-off reports for Scotland training cap despite concussion fears
The “Finn Watch” will last all week at the Scotland Six Nations training camp with the star stand-off’s place in Saturday’s game against France in Paris on a knife-edge.