1. Premier 1 Games this Weekend

    Games on: Stewart’s Melville – Heriot’s at Inverleith (ko 3pm) Glasgow Hawks – Edinburgh Accies  at Old Anniesland (ko 3pm) Dundee High – Boroughmuir at Mayfield (ko 3pm) ...

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  2. SRU Survey

    SRU Supporter survey with a chance to win Calcutta Cup tickets: Click here Don’t forget to mention Scottish Rugby Blog in your answer to No...

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  3. Scott Gray Back for Scotland Squad

    Flanker Scott Gray has been called up to the Scotland squad to cover Rennie and the big Stroker who are still suffering from knocks...

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  4. Rugby: Scotland Club International Squad Announced

    The Scotland Club International 22-man squad has been announced for their game against France on Feb. 5 at Netherdale, Gala. Having lost narrowly 13-12 in the reverse fixture last season, the team are hoping to do one better...

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  5. Up for a Cup?

    With six games left in the season and it looking increasingly like the title race is one being run by two horses, one could be excused for looking beyond league proceedings...

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  6. Scottish Prem 1 Round-Up

    Edinburgh Accies 5-29 Currie at Raeburn Place Edinburgh Accies: S Moffat, M Coupar, G Douglas, R Browne, C Dickie, R Bonner, J Letham, D McLeod, M Strachan, L Niven, E Stuart, M Stevens, D Teague, T Drennan, G Campbell...

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  7. Recap: Edinburgh 9-7 Victory Over Stade Francais at Murrayfield

    Edinburgh 9-7 Stade Francais at Murrayfield Mossy once again picked up all the points in what was a fairly enterprising display from the home team, despite the low score ...

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  8. Blair Sees Red (and Green)

    The Red hand, that is, and the green of money. The Scotsman have a story that Edinburgh scrum-half Mike Blair is being offered somewhere in the region of £300,000 a year to move to Ulster, whose ...

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  9. Premier League: Schedule of Weekend Rugby Games

    Get ready for this weekend's Premier League games. The SRB Game of the Weekend is Ayr-Stewart’s Melville at Millbrae (ko 3pm). Ayr are back in action after a week off and are looking to maintain their title challenge...

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  10. Get Your RBS Six Nations 2010 Tickets Now with Viagogo

    After this weekend’s Heineken Cup action finishes off, the international rugby focus is now firmly set towards the forthcoming RBS Six Nations ...

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  11. Scotland Six Nations Squad 2010

    Forwards John Barclay, Johnnie Beattie, Kelly Brown (all Glasgow Warriors), Alasdair Dickinson (Gloucester), Ross Ford (Edinburgh), Richie Gray, Dougie Hall (both Glasgow Warriors), Jim Hamilton ...

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  12. R.I.P. Bill McLaren, October 16, 1923—January 19, 2010

    As Al said to me earlier, it was a bit of a travesty the man was never knighted with or without the efforts of the accompanying Facebook campaign that brought him back into the public consciousness briefly last year...

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  13. Glasgow's Killer B Leaves the Hive

    Glasgow have confirmed rumours Kelly Brown is to leave them for Saracens at the end of the season, splitting up the infamous Killer Bs back row...

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  14. Scottish Premier One Rugby Roundup and Club International News

    There were only three games on in Premier One this weekend (16th) as the weather continues to ravage the club rugby calendar. Only Raeburn Place and Inverleith were playable and Dundee had to move from their home at Mayfield to Dalnacraig across the road.

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  15. Edinburgh-Ulster: Blowing in the Wind

    Ulster 21-13 Edinburgh Edinburgh failed to deal with the conditions and a determined Ulster pack in a first half when they had the wind, leaving them unable to take the win they could probably ...

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  16. Bring in the Reinforcements!

    Panic seems to have hit Martin Johnson. Shontayne Hape?! Well we’re used to this in Scotland.   Every time Scotland sees a decline in talent in certain positions there seems to be a desperate snatch for anyone Scots qualified, by the SRU...

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  17. Edinburgh Team for Ulster, Blair To Warriors, and a New Blogger!

    Ha, gotcha. No, Worcester are the Warriors I was talking about. I refer to an interesting article which on reflection is mostly about nothing (something of a Scotsman specialism sometimes) ...

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  18. Glsasgow: Low Budgie Action

    They never get any better, do they? Budgie is, apparently, Colin Gregor’s nickname (wee and chirpie?). Here is the Glasgow team, ready to face a bogey team, the Dragons, in a largely ...

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  19. Little Bits

    I’ve been asked to be scrum.com’s Fanzone Scottish pundit for the upcoming Six Nations again, so there might be some fun stuff to read over there in the ensuing weeks. Cheers to the folks at scrum...

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  20. Alex Tait vs. Matthew Tait?

    Nothing to do with Alan Tait mind, but instead an interesting article from the Scotsman that Alex Tait, Newcastle full-back and younger brother of the oft-shuffled around never-settled-in-one-position ...

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  21. Edinburgh Beat Those Winter Blues

    Edinburgh Beats Cardiff Bluesn 21–12 Edinburgh finally woke up as a team for the first time in a month or two to provide the sort of display the hardy faithful at Murrayfield were growing accustomed to at the start of the season...

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  22. Scottish Premier League: Pro Teams for the Weekend (Weather Permitting)

    Assuming the games go ahead as the freezing weather continues (a couple of Magners' games have already been called off), here are the teams to take the field in Dublin and Edinburgh, respectively...

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  23. O2 Rugby Competion

    News has reached my ears of yet another rugby competition from O2 (sponsors of England) and once again you can have the chance to win some, um, England goodies...

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  24. Quick Facts on Scottish Sports

    I have some quick news snippets to pass along. Poor Jason White has broken his leg in New Year training with Clermont; as a result, the injury will keep him out of the upcoming Six Nations campaign (only about a month away now!)...

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  25. Glasgow Win 1872 Cup

    Although I thought it a bit of a damp squib in terms of rugby (the weather can probably take some of the blame), the intensity was definitely there in the festive derby series, with plenty of ...

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