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Individuals hold the key, says Nick De Luca

RUGBY may be a team game but it has been the ability of individuals to uncover their best form that has taken Edinburgh to the Heineken Cup semi-final according to centre Nick De Luca.


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Cleared Evans rejoins Scotland team-mates

SCOTLAND rugby internationalist Max Evans rejoined the national team squad yesterday after being cleared of a nightclub assault, and turned his focus to Saturday’s match against Ireland in the RBS Six Nations Championship.

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Rugby: Edinburgh flying after epic win over Racing says Jones

Winger Lee Jones reckons Edinburgh have picked up the perfect head of steam going into what promises to be their toughest assignment of the domestic season so far – a visit to champions Munster on Saturday.


Rugby: Chunk remains a key man for us says Greig

While attention has centred – rightly – on the youthfulness of revived Edinburgh Rugby, their club captain, Greig Laidlaw, today highlighted the contribution of one elder statesman as key to a winning Heineken European Cup start.


Rugby: Calder praise for Bradley

Former Lions captain Finlay Calder believes Heineken European Cup success for his Capital successors is the start of things to come – and he has revealed today the secret of an opening day win at English Premiership challengers, London Irish.


Rugby: Robbo hails ‘grown-up’ Edinburgh

Proud Scotland rugby coach Andy Robinson claimed Edinburgh had “grown up” after he watched them battle to a 20-19 opening Heineken European Cup win over London Irish at the Madejski Stadium, Reading.

Rugby: Former Edinburgh prospect turns spy

Scrum HALF Ross Samson insists he will have no point to prove if called upon to follow up his London Irish Premiership debut against former team Edinburgh in Saturday’s Heineken European Cup clash at the Madejski Stadium in Reading.

Sacrlets 33 - 17 Edinburgh: Forwards the weak link as visitors go down in Wales

EDINBURGH’S forward weakness haunted them as their topsy-turvy season continued, a disappointing defeat rather than being able to build on last week’s win over the league leaders.

Edinburgh prop knows what’s needed to win at Llanelli

IT might be going too far to describe Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli as a happy hunting ground for Edinburgh Rugby but two wins in four visits certainly suggests the town in West Wales, where the teams meet tonight in the Rabo Direct Pro 12 League, is anything but barren territory.

Melrose men dominate in South side to face Baa-Baas

Eight Melrose players will start for the South of Scotland against the world-famous Barbarians side at Mansfield Park, Hawick, on Tuesday, kick off 4pm, in aid of the Bill McLaren Foundation.

Bradley urges Edinburgh to build on win over Munster

EDINBURGH coach Michael Bradley has challenged his players to back up last weekend’s winning performance over champions Munster as they travel to face Welsh province Scarlets in round six of the RaboDirect PRO12 tonight.

Fraser McKenzie is denied Edinburgh reunion

FORMER Edinburgh flanker Fraser McKenzie will not begin the new chapter in his life in English rugby against his old club after being withdrawn from tonight's pre-season friendly.

Young at heart of Edinburgh plans

MICHAEL Bradley will unleash the future of Edinburgh rugby tomorrow night when a young side takes to the field for its first pre-season match at Sale.

Rugby: Simon's ready to make up for lost time at Edinburgh

Simon WEBSTER is preparing to relaunch his rugby career with Edinburgh in a season he feared he would never be a part of because of persistent injury.

Edinburgh name versatile Greig Laidlaw as new captain

Scotland half-back Greig Laidlaw has been appointed Edinburgh captain for the new season. The 25-year-old, who can play scrum-half and stand-off, was named skipper for the 2011-12 RaboDirect PRO12 and Heineken Cup campaigns by Edinburgh coach Michael Bradley.

Peter Wright welcomes 'closer links' between clubs and professional teams

GLASGOW Hawks coach Peter Wright has welcomed a new approach to the draft of professionals as helping to create "closer links" between the club and professional game.

Rugby: Edinburgh will savour home comfort in RaboDirect league

Edinburgh RUGBY will have the advantage of more than half their RaboDirect Pro 12 fixtures being at home in the period up until Christmas.

Rugby: Grieg has eye on the prize

Greig LAIDLAW today revealed how a "players' player of the year" award at Edinburgh Rugby was spurring him on towards fulfilling a dream to represent Scotland in the World Cup this Autumn.

Season ticket sales slow as pro teams battle to arrest falling attendances

SEASON ticket sales for Edinburgh and Glasgow are struggling to get off the ground this summer, but chief executives at both clubs insist they are confident that a fresh "supporter- focused" marketing approach will lead to a greater support for the teams in the longer term.

Rugby: Tricky start for Michael Bradley and Edinburgh

Edinburgh Rugby face a tricky start to their Heineken European Cup campaign by being paired away with London Irish in the opening round of fixtures, just released.

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