Former Scotland rugby international Matt Duncan says his “playing mindset” is helping him deal with the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
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Jamie Ritchie will miss Scotland’s World Cup opener with Ireland despite joining up with the squad in Japan, says head coach Gregor Townsend.
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Glasgow Warriors announce that flanker Jale Vakaloloma will be sidelined for up to four months after shoulder surgery.
Second-row Sam Thomson is returning to his hometown to sign for Edinburgh after three years in Australia.
Glasgow head coach Dave Rennie says they have signed “a hell of an athlete” in Aki Seiuli as the former Highlanders prop agrees a two-year contract.
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From train journeys to tackle bags, Gregor Townsend’s team is taking no chances at the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
Back-row Magnus Bradbury will join Scotland’s World Cup travelling party on Monday as “precautionary injury cover” for Jamie Ritchie.
Defensive shortcomings remain a source of concern as Scotland complete their World Cup warm-ups, writes Andy Burke.
Scotland travel to the World Cup with “good momentum” following three successive warm-up wins, says scrum-half Ali Price.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend faces an anxious wait after five players were forced off in their final World Cup warm-up match against Georgia.
Scotland pull away from a stubborn Georgia in the second half at Murrayfield to earn their third win in four World Cup warm-up matches.
A fan who has cycled all the way from Tbilisi to watch his team take on Scotland at Murrayfield tells us why.