The Australian adage about “one day a rooster, the next a feather duster” has never been more apt than when applied than to Ali Price last season. After starting the Six Nations as Scotland’s first pick,
PARIS (AFP) - The Scottish presence in France's Top 14 might be small, in every sense, but as the league enters its third round, the signs are it could prove pivotal this season. Already Scotland fly-half
A Scotland player performing to such a level that one of the world's top clubs comes calling for his services - what's not to like? Well plenty if you're the superstar's national coach, the club operates
This was highway robbery. Rarely has any side in the Six Nations ever been under the pump for so long yet emerged with a win, let alone one with a bonus point that must have added insult to injury for
Ranking the top 20 players in the 2018 Six Nations after four rounds: Who takes the number one spot?
One round remains in this year's NatWest Six Nations but the title is already bound for the trophy cabinet at the IRFU's Dublin headquarters. It should not come as a surprise to find a number of Irish
Finn Russell understands Scotland’s label of overwhelming favourites for Saturday’s game, but is not seduced by it. Granted, Scotland should win in Rome, he says, but to expect to do so is to court disaster.
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt says it is a mistake to believe that subduing John Barclay and Finn Russell will be enough to ensure victory over Scotland in Saturday's Six Nations game. The Irish are the only
Ireland could be crowned Six Nations champions on Saturday but coach Joe Schmidt does not like to think about that. An Ireland win against Scotland at the Aviva Stadium would leave England needing to least
This weekend's opening Six Nations fixture represents a fascinating contest between two contrasting sides. Scotland, with their free-flowing counter-attack, have recovered from the opening defeat by Wales
Finding a way to win away. It was a conundrum that ensured Gregor Townsend did not get carried away last Saturday by Scotland’s first victory over England in 10 years. The head coach was already thinking