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Aberdeen Grammar flanker Will Alton insists the Rubislaw men face one of their biggest tests of the season tomorrow when they make the trip to promotion-chasing Jed-Forest.
So now we know. After the first two rounds of the 2018 Six Nations Championship, there are five teams who are capable of giving each other a tough match, and four already have at least one win to their name.
Highland crashed out of the League Cup in the quarter-finals – but only after a rousing game which went to extra time before St Boswells eased through in the Borders mud.
Aberdeen Grammar’s prospects of a top-four finish look bright after a scintillating win in Borders heartland where they were too good for Gala.
Gordonians registered back-to-back wins at Countesswells to move into the comfort of a mid-table position in National 3.
Most Scottish rugby fans were left stunned by the ineptitude of their team’s Six Nations capitulation against Wales last weekend.
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Hamish Watson is confident Scotland won’t depart from their ambitious gameplan – but he says they would take five penalties to four if it got a precious Six Nations win against France at Murrayfield on Sunday.
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Aberdeen Grammar centre Greig Ryan has called on his players to rediscover their mean streak tomorrow when Selkirk visit Rubislaw.
Highland head coach Davie Carson says his players are out to produce another big home display when they host National 3 leaders Newton Stewart tomorrow.
Reaching the National 1 top four remains a realistic goal for Aberdeen Grammar head coach Ali O’Connor.
Gloucester and Edinburgh became the first teams to secure their spots in the European Challenge Cup quarter-finals after contrasting wins over French sides on Friday night.
Glasgow prop George Turner has been backed to learn from the dangerous tackle that earned him a four-match ban.
Aberdeen Grammar centre Greig Ryan hopes lessons have been learned as his side bids to get back to winning ways at home to National 1 leaders Edinburgh Accies tomorrow.
Highland head coach Davie Carson hopes his side is reaching peak form at the best possible time ahead of tomorrow’s National 3 trip to Hillhead- Jordanhill.
Richard Cockerill has made five changes as he hopes to secure Edinburgh's place in the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup.
Glasgow may be out of the race for the last eight of the Champions Cup but Greg Peterson believes they can strike a blow for their Guinness PRO14 ambitions with victory over Leinster this weekend.
Stuart Hogg may have to wait to make his return from injury after Glasgow assistant coach Jonathan Humphreys insisted the Warriors will take no risks with the Scotland star.
Edinburgh's European Challenge Cup tie against Stade Francais has been moved to BT Murrayfield to allow Myreside to recover.
Glasgow Warriors tightened their grip on Conference A of the Guinness PRO14 with a 40-20 victory over Zebre at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi.
Edinburgh got back to winning ways with a comfortable 37-7 bonus point win over hapless Southern Kings at Myreside.
Former Scotland international Peter Murchie has retired from rugby following medical advice.
Scotland prop Zander Fagerson will miss the bulk of the NatWest 6 Nations after suffering a foot injury.
Glasgow centre Nick Grigg is relishing the chance to line up alongside Huw Jones this weekend.
Scotland centre Mark Bennett will make his Edinburgh debut against Southern Kings on Friday night.
Glasgow winger Lee Jones was delighted they quickly overcame an evacuation of Scotstoun Stadium to make amends for their away defeat by Edinburgh.
Glasgow defeated Edinburgh 17-0 in a Guinness PRO14 match interrupted by a fire alarm just before half-time, to ensure the third meeting between the sides will be the 1872 Cup decider.
Dave Rennie hosted a number of his Glasgow players for Christmas dinner but banned them from talking about their "embarrassing" defeat by Edinburgh.
Richard Cockerill has called for more of the same after naming his Edinburgh side to take on Glasgow this weekend.