Glasgow Warriors kick off the new Pro14 season against Toyota Cheetahs in South Africa on Friday 27 September, while Edinburgh hosts Zebre the following day.
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Scotland Rugby News
Edinburgh back-row Magnus Bradbury admits he faces a tough fight to make it into Scotland’s World Cup squad.
Scottish Rugby announce a “seven-figure” six-year extension to its kit contract with Macron, described as a “significant uplift” on the previous deal.
A male amateur Scottish rugby player is banned for two years for taking a female fertility drug.
Scotland centre Alex Dunbar has left Glasgow Warriors to sign a one-year deal at French Top 14 side Brive.
Scotland’s record cap holder Ross Ford has confirmed his retirement from playing. In 2017, he scored two tries against Italy in a 34-13 win in Singapore.
South African scrum-half Nic Groom says the lure of joining “a club on the rise” convinced him to swap Super Rugby side Lions for Edinburgh.
Scotland’s record cap holder Ross Ford confirms his retirement from playing and will now help coach the country’s best young talent.
Last season’s top six Welsh Premiership clubs will play a cross-border competition with Scottish Super 6 sides at the end of the 2019-20 season.
Tavish Scott, who has been MSP for Shetland since 1999, is taking up a new job with Scottish Rugby.
New signing Mesu Dolokoto will bring “Fijian flair” to Glasgow after agreeing a two-year deal, says the club’s assistant coach.
Fiji Sevens forward Mesulame Kunavula is described as a player with “world class” attributes and a “bit of an x-factor” as he signs for Edinburgh.
Leaving Richie Gray out of Scotland’s Rugby World Cup training squad would be a “mistake”, former prop Ryan Grant says.
Sam Hidalgo-Clyne reveals he “would have had to” decline a place in Scotland’s Rugby World Cup training squad because of the damage it would do to his club career.
Scotland scrum-half Sam Hidalgo-Clyne signs for French Top 14 side Racing 92 as injury cover after leaving Scarlets.