Tommy Seymour has become the second player to retire from international rugby with Scotland in the past week.
Former Scotland captain Tom Smith is determined to tackle his fight against cancer head on.
Neil Drysdale: Scotland still looking for right stuff as other Six Nations coaches leave their posts
The weekend’s news that Conor O’Shea had stepped down as Italian coach was hardly surprising.
It wasn’t so long ago that Scotland used to prove small is beautiful in rugby terms.
Gregor Townsend believes there is a race going on as the best teams in the world rush to improve their defensive capabilities – and admits Scotland are lagging behind.
There was no shortage of evidence of what Scotland could expect when they tackled Japan in their make-or-break World Cup encounter in Yokohama on Sunday.
Gregor Townsend insists Scotland can recover from their World Cup heartache – but knows they must learn from the mistakes that cost them in Japan.
Scotland’s World Cup fate will be decided on the pitch after their win-or-bust showdown with Japan was given the go-ahead following a stadium inspection.
Scotland great Rutherford questions slowness of World Cup authorities to respond to typhoon concerns
Scotland legend, John Rutherford, has backed the decision by Rugby World Cup officials to cancel games, with a typhoon poised to wreak havoc to parts of Japan this weekend.
Stuart Hogg says Scotland must be ready to play their biggest game of their lives as they bid to reach the last eight of the World Cup.
World Rugby says it aims to make a decision on whether Scotland’s storm-threatened clash with Japan on Sunday can go ahead as early as possible.
Gregor Townsend has laughed off Japan coach Jamie Joseph’s claims Scotland will be looking to “avoid embarrassment” during Sunday’s typhoon-threatened clash in Yokohama.
Gregor Townsend has dropped his captain Stuart McInally for Scotland’s typhoon-threatened clash with Japan after opting to start Fraser Brown at hooker.
With Super Typhoon Hagibis set to batter Japan with hurricane-force winds, Rugby World Cup organisers have taken the unprecedented step of cancelling two matches.
Gregor Townsend fears Scotland may be forced to find an alternative venue for Sunday’s make-or-break World Cup showdown with Japan as Typhoon Hagibis prepares to batter Yokohama.
It’s sometimes said you can prove anything with figures, but the Rugby World Cup has served up a string of statistics which demonstrate some alarming trends in the sport.
Gregor Townsend admits he was left “really surprised” by the late scrum penalty handed to Japan against Samoa which means the World Cup hosts could still progress from Pool A even if they lose Sunday’s crucial showdown with Scotland.
Jamie Ritchie says it is only right Scotland sing when they are winning after getting their World Cup campaign back on track.
Gregor Townsend said the real Scotland finally showed up at the World Cup to reignite their bid for the quarter-finals.
Scotland answered their critics in impressive fashion as Gregor Townsend’s men grabbed a bonus-point win over Samoa to fire themselves back into contention for the World Cup quarter-finals.
Gregor Townsend insists Scotland are not under extra pressure – despite admitting they face World Cup elimination if they fail to beat Samoa on Monday.
Scotland vice-captain Greig Laidlaw has vowed to go down fighting as he looks to salvage his final World Cup.
It seems a long time ago since the then Western Samoa rugby collective stunned the sport’s established order when they beat Wales 16-13 in Cardiff at the 1991 World Cup.
Scotland’s World Cup hopes have suffered a third major blow in as many days after scrum-half Ali Price was ruled out for the remainder of the tournament.
Scotland have suffered a fresh blow to their World Cup hopes after flanker Hamish Watson was ruled out for the rest of the tournament.
Gregor Townsend admits it will take a perfect display for Scotland to land a winning blow against Ireland in Sunday’s World Cup opener.
Scotland forward David Denton admits it is a relief to be retiring after finally giving up on his 11-month concussion battle.
Scotland forward David Denton has been forced to retire from rugby on the advice of doctors.
Decisions, decisions, eh!
If you believe the old showbusiness adage about a bad dress rehearsal paving the way to a successful performance, then Scotland's rugby stars can look forward to a fantastic World Cup.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend reckons the national team's Highland training camp has been the ideal way to kick start their preparations for this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend is confident hooker Fraser Brown will overcome a toe injury in time for the forthcoming Rugby World Cup in Japan.