Supporter questions answered on Official Scottish Rugby Podcast

Supporter questions answered on Official Scottish Rugby Podcast

Scottish Rugby Chief Operating Officer, Dominic McKay, features on the latest episode of The Official Scottish Rugby Podcast in conversation with Al Kellock

Scottish Rugby have worked with Premier Sports to broadcast this year's Summer Test fixtures against France and Georgia. Dominic talked about that deal and how we will watch rugby games in the near future, saying:

"The way we are all consuming our content now is changing before our eyes – so I think we are looking as 6 Nations and all rights owners, at what the market is going to look like over the next few years… so there’s definitely change coming."

Answering a question regarding the travel disruption after the Scotland v France game in Edinburgh, Dominic said:

"We are really disappointed and frustrated at the experience that some of our customers had heading back from BT Murrayfield - so we’ve spoken with the Chief Executive of Scotrail to express our disappointment and our fans disappointment directly to them – because we expect as part of our experience on a matchday that you can come, you have a wonderful time and you can get home safely and securely. I think there is a little bit more work they need to be doing and we are in dialog with them to encourage them."

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