It’s February, we’ve got a packed studio, and with the Six Nations just around the corner, optimism is high ahead of Scotland’s opener in Cardiff. In the latest ENRG Sport Podcast, the panel discuss Scotland’s chances of Six Nations glory, as well as how their rivals are shaping up. After a promising series of performances in the Autumn and with the Glasgow contingent of Stuart Hogg, Finn Russell and Ali Price in fine form, optimism in the studio is high. Can we dare to dream?
As with any international squad, there are always going to be omissions. And yes, Scotland has some promising young stars that could possibly have earned an opportunity during this campaign. But there is a chance they could benefit from not being included. By Erin McRitchie
It’s not every day that a northern hemisphere team, away from home, beats Australia. So, imagine the adulation when the Scotland Rugby boys managed it twice in two days! By Erin McRitchie
It’s been an entertaining few weeks for Scottish rugby fans. Following an enthralling win over Samoa and an agonising but spirited defeat to New Zealand, Scotland capped off their series of Autumn Internationals with a record-breaking win over Australia. In the latest episode of the ENRG Sport podcast, Jamie Braidwood is joined by Iain Leggat and Erin McRitchie to discuss Scotland’s recent results, and to look forward to what the team can potentially achieve next year.
Rugby has always played an enormous part in Scottish culture, writes Ryan Nixon. Whether you play, support or just watch for fun, there are few people who haven’t brushed shoulders with the game at some point. For a relatively small country, Scotland has produced some stellar players and so, when we bring into conversation the[…]