Rugby union

Rugby Union
Edinburgh's Elizabeth Musgrove breaks away to score a try. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Edinburgh Uni Women 53 - 5 St Andrews Uni Women: Run goes on

Rugby union

Edinburgh Uni Men 31 - 7 St Andrews Uni Men: Ben Rose blooms

Rugby union

Heriot’s 70 - 7 Hawick: Beaten Hawick Green about the gills

Hawick 7

Marr 13 - 13 Watsonians: Warrior saves the day

Watsonians

Melrose 35 - 13 Glasgow Hawks: Pace and skill win the day

Melrose
Pete McCallum thundered over for a try. Picture: Colin Renton/SNS

Currie Chieftains 15 - 24 Ayr: Chieftains taste first defeat

Currie
Adam Nicol grabbed the third trywith Jonny Hope again adding the extras. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Stirling 36 - 14 Boroughmuir: Four losses in a row for Muir

Stirling County
Nehe Milner-Skudder scored two tries as the All Blacks ran riot in Albany. Picture: Hannah Peters/Getty Images

Four lessons Scotland must learn

Scotland
Lee Jones in action at the Gold Coast Sevens during his successful stint with the Scotland Sevens squad. Picture: Getty

Glasgow’s Lee Jones says sevens helped revive his career

Rugby union
Scotland's Sarah Law has been handed a professional contract. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Fourth Scottish woman gets pro rugby contract

Scotland 1
Scrum-half Jenny Maxwell is one of three Scotland internationals to have joined Loughborough Lightning. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Three Scots caps sign up for Loughborough Super League side

Scotland
The national rugby stadium was rebranded as 
BT Murrayfield. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Scottish Rugby extends sponsorship deal with BT until 2021

Scotland 2
Rieko Ioane scores one of New Zealands eight tries against Australia. Picture: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Allan Massie: Attack, attack, attack only works if teams can defend

Scotland
Scotland's Chloe Rollie, left, and Lisa Thomson are moving to French side Lille Metropole Rugby Club Villeneuvois. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS/SRU

Scotland’s Lisa Thomson and Chloe Rollie seal French moves

Scotland

Scotland lock Richie Gray out for two months after back op

Scotland

Scotland look to learn from sport’s world beaters

Scotland

Matt Fagerson: My brother has shown me the way to Scotland squad

Scotland

Big names missing but Scotland squad encourages optimism

Scotland
Michael Maltman scores for Heriots after just three minutes to spark the 12-try rout of Hawick.  Photograph: Ian Georgeson

Heriot’s 70 - 7 Hawick: Beaten Hawick Green about the gills

Hawick 7
The former Ayr man  Ross Curle ran in a try from 50 metres. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Watsonians 38 - 26 Stirling County: ‘Sonians off the mark

Watsonians 1
Melrose scrum-half Murdo McAndrew, left, grapples with Ayrs Scott Lyle at Millbrae. Photograph: Paul Devlin/SNS

Ayr 17 - 34 Melrose: Rose make it look easy

Ayr
Dutch international Vince Wright won race to the line. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Boroughmuir 15 - 23 Currie: Chieftains show pluck

Boroughmuir

Hawick 19 - 23 Marr: Pace and precision pays off

Hawick 2

Glasgow Hawks 26 - 29 Heriot’s: Second-half fight back

Glasgow Hawks

Currie backs put on a show of pace as Ben Cairns foresees title bid

Club Rugby 1

Hawks win a fitting tribute to stalwart Stephen Begley

Ayr
Edinburgh head coach Richard Cockerill has made seven changes. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS/SRU

Coach Richard Cockerill wields axe as Edinburgh face Scarlets

Guinness Pro12
Lee Jones finishes off a superb eighty-yard move to score Glasgow Warriors second try. Picture: SNS/SRU.

Glasgow 37 - 10 Munster: Warriors go top of Pro14 Conference A

Guinness Pro12

Edinburgh wing questions lack of TMO after being denied try

Rugby union 5

Richard Cockerill takes responsibility for Edinburgh defeat

Guinness Pro12

Richard Cockerill taps into history in bid to lift Edinburgh

Guinness Pro12
The Six Nations trophy at Twickenham ahead of the 2017 Six Nations clash between England and France. Picture: Getty Images

Six Nations: England and France ‘could delay start’

Six Nations 5
Retired BBC Radio Scotland rugby commentator Bill Johnstone outside Jedburgh Abbey. Picture: John Devlin

Interview: Bill Johnstone on his life behind the microphone

Guinness Pro12
Scotland's Huw Jones in action against Wales' Rhys Webb. Pic: SNS/Ross Parker

Fixtures for 2018 and 2019 Six Nations Championships announced

Rugby union

Allan Massie: There’s no need for Six Nations tinkering

Six Nations

Allan Massie: Lions hopefuls caught in vicious circle

Scotland

Stuart Hogg retains Six Nations Player of Championship award

Scotland

Five moments that defined Scotland’s Six Nations campaign

Six Nations
Former Scotland coach Vern Cotter is now in charge of Montpellier. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Glasgow Warriors to face Vern Cotter in Euro Champions Cup

Champions Cup
Retired BBC Radio Scotland rugby commentator Bill Johnstone outside Jedburgh Abbey. Picture: John Devlin

Interview: Bill Johnstone on his life behind the microphone

Guinness Pro12

Jim Hamilton announces his retirement from rugby after final

Scotland

Allan Massie: Attackers can turn European final into classic

Champions Cup
New Edinburgh coach Richard Cockerill. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Edinburgh open Euro bid with trips to Madejski and Moscow

Rugby union
Edinburgh's Duncan Weir in action against La Rochelle during last season's European Challenge Cup quarter-final. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Edinburgh sent to Siberia in European Challenge Cup

Rugby union
Geoffrey Doumayrou scores Stade's third try against Gloucester in the European Challenge Cup final at BT Murrayfield. Picture: SNS/SRU

Gloucester 17-25 Stade Francais: No final glory for Laidlaw

Challenge Cup
Gloucester's Greig Laidlaw is back on familiar ground at Murrayfield during the Captain's Run ahead of the European Challenge Cup final against Stade Francais.  Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Bullish Greig Laidlaw relishing end of season Challenge

Challenge Cup
Scotland scrum-half and captain Greig Laidlaw in action for Gloucester. Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images

Greig Laidlaw aims to put cherry on top of Gloucester career

Challenge Cup
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw was injured against France in the Six Nations. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw set for return from injury

Challenge Cup
Edinburgh's Phil Burleigh scores a try against La Rochelle. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Edinburgh 22-32 La Rochelle: Hodge’s men crash out of Europe

Rugby union

Duncan Hodge admits Duncan Weir omission was a “tough call”

Challenge Cup

Jim Hamilton hails Edinburgh’s move for Richard Cockerill

Challenge Cup

Edinburgh pick Jason Tovey ahead of Duncan Weir for Euro tie

Rugby union

Cornell du Preez: Edinburgh can rise to French test

Challenge Cup