What's on this week
This is what you can read, watch, learn and listen #AsOneAtHome this week across the Scottish Rugby, Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh channels.
This week across the Scottish Rugby channels we will continue to bring you content to keep you entertained As One At Home.
It is the final week of theiPRO Hydrate Skills Challenge and today Scotland Women’s players Sarah and Rachel Law have the latest challenge for you to try at home. Don’t forget to show us your skills on social media tagging #AsOneAtHome for the chance to win a prize!
Tuesday is quiz day, so head to Instagram to test your rugby knowledge and the quiz will also be available on scottishrugby.org later in the day. On Wednesday, we’ll have more written interviews for you to read in the Fan Zone at scottishrugby.org.
Former Scotland internationals Chris Cusiter and Scott Murray are the guests on this week’s Official Scottish Rugby Podcast which will be available on Thursday. The pair, who now live in the USA, tell us what it’s like living stateside, give their opinions on the current Scotland team and tell us what they miss most about their homeland. Also joining Al Kellock, Rachel Malcolm and Jamie McMillan on this week’s show is Scotland’s National Clinical Director, Jason Leitch to provide an update on restarting rugby.
Tim Visser is the guest is this week’s Crabbie’s Changing Room to look back at a classic encounter against Wales from 2017, which will be shown as-live this week. A spirited second-half performance earned Scotland their first win over Wales since 2017 and you can watch the match in full on YouTube or Facebook at 7pm BST on Friday.
As always, Edinburgh’s week of content begins with the latest It’s Good 2 Give Local Hero feature, before the capital side release another Player Focus article on Tuesday, with this week’s piece looking at Nic Groom’s successful debut season in the Scottish capital.
Wednesday sees the return of Play-By-Play as the capital side once again team up with commentator Jamie Lyall to bring your clips to life, while supporters will be able to update their phones or laptops with another round of #WallpaperWednesday backgrounds.
Friday sees the return of Inside the Castle, the club’s Official Podcast, before Saturday is once again gameday as Edinburgh show a rerun of their 2019 Guinness PRO14 match-up with Leinster in the latest Capital Classic.
Glasgow Warriors will be putting their supporters to the test once more this week, as resident stats supremo Kevin Millar (@topofthemoongw) returns with another Trivia Tuesday teaser. Check the club’s social media accounts and challenge your fellow fans!
Warriors Weekly may be taking a short break, but you can still get your fix of the club’s official podcast wherever and whenever you want! All episodes are available to listen to on glasgowwarriors.org, featuring interviews with players, coaches and some familiar faces from years gone by.
He took home the Mackenzie Construction Most Improved Player of the Season prize from the club’s 2019/20 Awards – hear from Glasgow Warriors flanker Tom Gordon on a season that’s seen him go from strength to strength in club colours, as well as earn a first senior Scotland call-up.
We’ll be dipping into the club’s archive once more this week, as we bring you a classic piece of content across the club’s social media channels. We’ll also be taking a look back at some memorable moments on Flashback Friday, so keep your eye out…
Finally, the Warrior Nation are in for a treat with the latest instalment of Warriors Reloaded. With a place in the 2019 Guinness PRO14 Final at Celtic Park on the line, Glasgow Warriors were in peak form when Ulster came to Scotstoun for last year’s semi-final. In front of a packed-out Scotstoun, this is one not to be missed – watch the match in full on the club’s Facebook and YouTube channels from 3pm this Sunday, powered by SP Energy Networks.