The Tackling Scottish Rugby Podcast follows the final round of the 6 Nations and the game across Scotland. It features Scotland coach Gregor Townsend, stars of the current game, and legends of the past. Hosted by sports commentator Stuart Macfarlane, and former rugby captain and pundit Dale Clancy, it’s your one stop shop for everything you need to know about rugby. With their knowledge of the game, access to big stars and banter, it’s going to be unmissable.
This week, former Scotland Scrum-Half Rory Lawson joins the boys to assess Scotland's chances in the forthcoming Six Nations campaign. As well as that, Rory will be talking about his own fight with Covid and his recent fundraising efforts as the South Captain for "Doddie Aid".
Doddie Weir & Andy Irvine
On this week's episode we catch up with former Internationalists Doddie Weir & Andy Irvine. Doddie chats about Christmas, gives us an update on the work of his MND foundation and tells us about his wishes for 2021, while Andy looks back over his playing career and reflects fondly of his time in broadcasting.
On this week's episode it's former Scotland Centre and broadcaster, Scott Hastings. The guys tackle the subject of concussion in the sport - a hot topic at the moment. As well as that Scott gives his thoughts on the current state of the game in Scotland and the Rugby World Cup draw.
This week it's former Lions and Scotland Fly Half – John Rutherford. John talks about his close association with his home town club Selkirk, reflects on his international career in the 80s and his thoughts on the game today.
This week it's former Scotland 7's captain – Colin Gregor. Colin talks about his career at both 15s and 7s sharing some memories of his playing days. Colin is still involved in sport - but these days works with a different shaped ball...
This week we hear from former Scotland and Lions Winger – Roger Baird. Roger was part of the Scottish Grand Slam winning side of 1984 and appeared 27 times from his country. He shares some memories of his playing days, both as a successful 15s and 7s player. Plus he tells us why he was left disappointed at the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987.