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.
Gregor Townsend confessed safety in numbers does not apply to Duncan Weir after counting the Worcester stand-off out of his draft World Cup squad.
Gregor Townsend has told Richie Gray there is still time for the giant lock to book his seat on Scotland’s flight to this year’s World Cup in Japan.
Scotland coach Gregor Townsend has included the uncapped trio Rory Hutchinson, Grant Stewart and Blade Thomson in his 42-man pre-World Cup training squad.
There are never any shortage of talking points and controversies to ponder over at the end of the Six Nations Championship.
There’s an understandable sense of deflation among Scottish rugby aficionados as we approach the climax of what has been a very disappointing Six Nations campaign.
There was a lot of optimism in advance of Scotland’s Six Nations trip to Paris, yet it didn’t take Hercule Poirot, let alone his namesake, Jefferson, to fathom it was so much hot air.
Scotland haven't exactly flourished on their rugby trips to Paris.
It isn’t often that major rugby Tests are done and dusted inside the first 30 minutes.
Some sections of the Scottish media made the mistake of disparaging Ireland and labelling them as “Dad’s Army” in the build-up to Saturday’s Six Nations action at Murrayfield.
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Scotland haven’t exactly surged out of the blocks in recent Six Nations Championship campaigns.
Scotland are already at the level of Ireland and the other leading teams in the Northern Hemisphere, believes Gregor Townsend.
The changes include Finn Russell starting in the centre.
Gregor Townsend has never been interested in playing the percentages.
The sports might be different but the script tends to follow a predictable pattern when it comes to rugby and cricket in Scotland.
Blair Kinghorn’s raw talent alone is worthy of the starting Scotland team in Dublin now the 21-year-old has rid his game of raw mistakes, believes head coach Gregor Townsend.
Gregor Townsend heaped praise on Finn Russell after naming an unchanged Scotland team to play England and declined any opportunity to get involved in mind games with Eddie Jones.
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In a country divided by its constitutional politics both internally and externally, how wonderful it was to see us united in common cause and in celebration of national success at the weekend.