Duncan Weir is a “massive asset” for Edinburgh and crucial to the capital club’s bid to finally force a Guinness PRO12 play-off place this season.
Edinburgh’s senior players are taking “more ownership” of the team’s gameplan and tactics as the club aim to finally fulfill their potential within the PRO12 and Europe, says scrum-half Nathan Fowles.
The culture that honours their predecessors is now part of the Glasgow Warriors shirt and will form the backbone of Jonny Gray and Henry Pyrgos’ new co-captaining of the team.
No sooner had he got out of Sale than Viliami Fihaki will be going back on Friday, but the Tongan international will be making his debut for Edinburgh in the club’s first action of the new season.
Glasgow have signed New Zealand-born fly-half Hagen Schulte following a successful trial spell.
Glasgow Warriors will have the artificial playing surface head coach Gregor Townsend has always wanted at Scotstoun should Glasgow City Council give their approval this week.
Glasgow Warriors have taken their lead from another set of Warriors in the scheme many credit for their blistering run to the Guinness PRO12 play-offs, assistant coach Matt Taylor revealed.
Glasgow Warriors have signed wingers Rory Hughes and Junior Bulumakau on new one-year deals to keep them at Scotstoun until at least May 2017.
Two weeks to go, and it's seemingly all to play for in the Guinness PRO12.