Scotland international Sam Skinner joins us this week to talk about what it was like making his debut for Scotland back in 2018. He also reflects on the disappointment of missing out on last year’s Rugby World Cup due to injury and tells us how happy he is at Exeter Chiefs, with a growing contingent of Scotland internationals.
On the podcast this week, Cumnock RFC's Dillon Naismith talks to us about his experience of suffering a cardiac arrest on the rugby pitch in 2017 and then going on to make a full recovery to take on a coaching role at the club. New Scotland fan Justin Bedard calls in from the USA and tells us why he and his son Joey have started supporting Scotland..
Former Scotland international David Denton and current Scotland international Panashe Muzambe join Al Kellock, Rachel Malcolm and Jamie McMillan on this week’s Official Scottish Rugby Podcast.
The pair, originally from Zimbabwe, have both arrived in Scotland and gone on to play international rugby.
David talks about what he’s been doing since he hung up his boots last year and how he has been coping during lockdown, while Panashe discusses her journey to Edinburgh and reflects on her first cap for Scotland in January.
Scottish Rugby’s Chief Operating Officer answers your questions and provides an update on Scotland Season Passes, the global season and discussions with the Scottish Government. Harris FP RFC President Keith Macleod also joins us to talk about his journey to becoming a club president at the age of 28.
Former Scotland international Thom Evans joins Al Kellock, Rachel Malcolm and Jamie McMillan to discuss playing for Scotland and Glasgow Warriors, as well as explaining why he decided to take part in reality TV shows such as Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor: Celebrity. Scottish Rugby's Director of Rugby Development Sheila Begbie also provides an update on the Club Hardship Fund.
Former Scotland internationals Scott Murray and Chris Cusiter join Al Kellock and Rachel Malcolm to talk about their lives in the USA and Scotland’s National Clinical Director Jason Leitch returns to give an update on the impact COVID-19 is having on rugby in Scotland.
On this week's Official Scottish Rugby Podcast, Al Kellock, Rachel Malcolm and Jamie McMillan are joined by three members of the Scottish Rugby leadership group to discuss the latest updates in relation to COVID-19 and the impact on rugby in Scotland.
Covering the professional and domestic game, Dominic McKay, Dr James Robson and Sheila Begbie provide an update on when rugby could return as well what professional rugby training will look light when the Scottish Government give them the green light to proceed.
This week, current Scotland captains Stuart Hogg and Rachel Malcolm join Al Kellock and Jamie McMillan to discuss leadership styles. The captains of both the men’s and women’s teams are on the podcast together for the first time to give an exclusive insight into how they lead their respective international sides.