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Monday 13th February 17:24
Scotland flanker Alasdair Strokosch could miss the rest of the RBS Six Nations after suffering a fractured hand.
Monday 6th February 09:18
Scotland flanker Alasdair Strokosch will leave Gloucester at the end of the season to join Top 14 outfit Perpignan.
Monday 31st May 18:14
Andy Robinson has urged the IRB to re-examine player release rules after four of his Scotland stars were blocked from appearing.
Friday 19th February 12:45
Scotland forwards Nathan Hines and Alasdair Strokosch have both been named in an initial 36-man squad to face Italy.
Monday 1st February 17:24
Alasdair Strokosch and Rory Lamont have been ruled out of Scotland's RBS Six Nations opener against France.
Thursday 14th January 11:04
Alasdair Strokosch and Scott Lawson signed new two-year contracts with Gloucester.
Wednesday 4th March 15:58
Alasdair Strokosch believes Scotland can turn domination in the scrum into victory against Ireland.
Thursday 6th March 15:56
Scotland flanker Alasdair Strokosch will be out to quell the threat of the England pack for the Calcutta Cup showdown at Murrayfield.
Tuesday 5th February 16:18
Scotland coach Frank Hadden has added nine players to his training squad for the clash against Wales on Saturday.
Tuesday 18th December 16:39
Gloucester have moved quickly to ward off any interest in Alasdair Strokosch by tying the tough-tackling flanker to a new contract.
New Zealand may have swept the board at the recent World Rugby awards by winning team of the year, player of the year (Brodie Retallick) and coach of the year (Steve Hansen) but Ireland will feel pretty happy with their year too.
We look back on an exciting year of rugby with a World Cup win, a European double and the retirement of two icons of the game.
The biggest and toughest hits and tackles plus the best tries from the world of rugby union.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com