Darcy Graham finds time to take a seat on England players during the extraordinary second half at Twickenham.

Darcy Graham: We threw ball about at Twickenham because we had nothing to lose

The former Scotland winger Kenny Logan started his first Six Nations match in 1993 and didn’t score a try in the Championship until seven years later, against Ireland, at Dublin’s Lansdowne Road in 2000. After two Six Nations starts and another appearance off the bench Darcy Graham has scored three times, which gives you a clue just how far Scotland have come in a relatively short time.

Heriots' Craig Robertson scores a try. Pic: SNS/SRU/Ross Parker

Hawick 5 - 29 Heriot’s: Visitors earn bonus point

Having already secured their place in the play-offs, Heriot’s gave themselves a further confidence lift by achieving a bonus-point win over Hawick in difficult overhead conditions that made those balmy days of February a distant memory.

Currie's Fergus Scott. Pic: SNS/SRU

Premiership Round-up: Currie edge thriller

Co-captain Fergus Scott scored the winning try with five minutes to go as Currie Chieftains defeated Tennent’s Premiership leaders Ayr 24-23 yesterday to honour the memory of Campbell Reynolds in style.

Now 50, Tony Stanger owns a talent-spotting business and coaches football. Picture: Neil Hanna

Interview: Scotland rugby hero Tony Stanger on why he loves football

If you’re a football man, determinedly of that persuasion and a bit sneering with it, then you might view Tony Stanger’s Hawick as the sporting equivalent of the flat earth society, a place where they believe that when leather and air conjoin the result must always be egg-shaped. Anything else 
is sacrilege, anything else is banned. Visitors will be searched and if spheres of perfect circumference are found these must be deposited in the giant receptacles at the town gates.

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