Catch More Rugby Action On The Tv

Scotsport Rugby Sunday kicked off last weekend with some tremendous action from Myreside and The Greenyards in the Scottish Hydro Electric Premiership, including a number of great tries. (If you didn’t manage to catch the programme, you can watch it on-line at www.stv.tv/rugby). This week’s programme heads to Meggetland for highlights from the SHE Premiership match between leaders Boroughmuir and cup holders Glasgow Hawks. In the other match, Ayr – who beat Hawks last weekend – host Stirling County at Millbrae.Scotsport Rugby Sunday kicked off last weekend with some tremendous action from Myreside and The Greenyards in the Scottish Hydro Electric Premiership, including a number of great tries. (If you didn’t manage to catch the programme, you can watch it on-line at www.stv.tv/rugby).

This week’s programme heads to Meggetland for highlights from the SHE Premiership match between leaders Boroughmuir and cup holders Glasgow Hawks. In the other match, Ayr – who beat Hawks last weekend – host Stirling County at Millbrae.

This week’s big interview is with Glasgow Warriors’ head coach Sean Lineen, who reviews the season so far and looks ahead to the visit of Magners League leaders Cardiff Blues to Firhill on Friday 23 November (7:30pm).

Once again, there’s a great competition where you have the chance to win both Home and Change versions of the Scotland Classic Supporters’ jersey, the first of the Scotland jerseys sporting the new team sponsor logo, which goes on sale in the shops on Thursday 22 November.

Studio chat will come from former Scotland and British Lions lock Doddie Weir and presenter Richie Gray.

As the first show demonstrated, whether you're a die-hard fan or just a casual supporter you can't afford to miss Scotsport Rugby Sunday at 6pm on STV, Grampian and on-line at www.stv.tv/rugby. The show will also be shown on ITV Border at midnight on Tuesday.

Congratulations to the show’s competition winners:
Eric Davidson, from Perth, who wins the two hospitality tickets to Scotland’s opening RBS 6 Nations match against France at Murrayfield on 3rd February.
Runner-up Gordon Lindsay, from Hamilton, wins two “Category 1” tickets to this game.

Finally, Tim Pearson, from Glasgow, who won four hospitality places for Glasgow Warriors’ first home game of their Heineken Cup campaign, against Italian team Viadana, at Firhill this Friday.