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Glasgow are spearheading Scottish rugby’s renaissance

Two big scoring wins, by two Scottish rugby teams, who now enter into the quarter finals of the Challenge Cup. Shocking isn’t it? So shocking that, before you read any…

Wyn Jones the perfect choice as Warburton’s replacement

It is that time of year again. The Six Nations are imminent, so imminent in fact that you can practically hear the constant ringing of the tills in Malones. The…

Rugby community mourns after death of Anthony Foley

In the past few years Irish international and club rugby has lost some of its greats to injury and retirement, such as Paul O’Connell and Brian O’Driscoll, but no one…

St. Andrews make it four in succession with Varsity win

The grudge match, the big revenge, the game to end them all. It can only be the world’s oldest Varsity rugby game between Edinburgh and St. Andrews. The stands were…

Edinburgh Ladies RFC annihilate Saint Andrews Ladies in 97-0 Varsity victory

After last year’s incredible display many believed Edinburgh Ladies RFC would be victorious again at the 2016 Scottish Varsity clash against St. Andrews. With eleven internationals in the Edinburgh Ladies…

Townsend looks to maintain winning ways with Scotland

The Scottish Rugby team is almost known for being a mixed bag: some good games, some great, and some dire, but this August that rollercoaster went skyrocketing and Scottish rugby…

One English side guaranteed a place in Champions Cup final

The season is nearly at an end and most players are looking forward to a holiday before the dreaded pre-season training. Unless you’re Andy Goode and you tactically retire, only…

Failure to reprimand Marler risks sending message that discrimination is tolerable

In the past 20 years there has been one issue that every sport has vigorously tried to combat. That issue is discrimination in all its forms, be it racial, gender,…