Scotland back-row John Hardie believes lessons will be learned – and quickly – ahead of this weekend’s RBS 6 Nations trip to Cardiff to take on Wales.
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All of the players on show at Peffermill yesterday in the Scotland under-18 trial match were out to impress Head Coach Ally Donaldson ahead of the match with England in March.
One of the highest scoring matches of the club season took place while Melrose man Graeme Dodds reached a milestone at the weekend.
Scotland Captain Greig Laidlaw believes there was a “momentum shift” in the second half which allowed England to win the RBS 6 Nations opener at BT Murrayfield yesterday.
Scotland Head Coach Vern Cotter admits his side need to be more accurate to win tight matches going forward after a disappointing 15-9 loss to England in their RBS 6 Nations opener at BT Murrayfield yesterday.
At around 4.45pm today Flower of Scotland will be sung with gusto at BT Murrayfield – recently our Editor Stuart MacLennan spoke to Ronnie Browne, one of The Corries behind the song, in a fascinating insight for the magazine:
Scotland Women’s Captain Lisa Martin believes this is just the start of the journey after her team put in a very encouraging performance against England at Broadwood Stadium in their RBS 6 Nations opener on Friday night.
Scotland under-20s got their RBS 6 Nations campaign off to the best possible start as they defeated England at Broadwood Stadium on Friday night.
SCRUM Web Editor Gary Heatly caught up with an England under-20 man who will be coming up against a number of old friends tonight:
Ahead of Scotland under-20s opening RBS 6 Nations encounter with England tonight at Broadwood Stadium we caught up with four members of the starting XV to get their thoughts.
As she prepares to win her first cap for Scotland Women this evening at Broadwood Stadium against England, teenage winger Rhona Lloyd has thanked the senior players around her for making her feel at ease.
Scotland’s replacement hooker Stuart McInally has admitted that he wondered if would ever get back playing after suffering a neck injury last year, let alone be involved in the RBS 6 Nations.
SCRUM Columnist Stephen Brunsdon looks back to a cracking win for Scotland against England back in 2000: