Thom Evans

Evans forced to retire
Thursday 1st July 10:27

Scotland winger Thom Evans has lost his battle to return to action following a serious spinal injury.

Evans 'amazed' by support
Friday 26th February 11:03

Scotland winger Thom Evans has thanked medical staff and wellwishers as he recuperates from the neck injury he suffered against Wales.

Clubs back injured duo
Wednesday 17th February 09:40

Thom Evans and Chris Paterson's club sides have added their names to a long list of well-wishers.

Evans not for sale
Wednesday 11th March 20:27

Thom and Max Evans turned down big-money offers to move to France in order to preserve their Scotland ambitions.

Thank Evans as brothers stay
Wednesday 11th March 14:07

Glasgow Warriors have been buoyed by news that Max and Thom Evans have agreed new deals at the club.

Role reversal for Evans
Wednesday 19th November 07:49

Max Evans is determined to take his chance against Canada, even if his Scotland recall has come at the expense of his brother Thom.

Hadden may wield the axe
Tuesday 8th January 09:48

Several surprises may be in store as Scotland head coach Frank Hadden prepares to unveil his squad for the upcoming RBS Six Nations.

Features

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

While Europe were busy demolishing the USA in the Ryder Cup, there was rugby from all four corners of the globe to get stuck into over the weekend.

Rugby Championship: South Africa should win battle up front, says Thinus Delport

Rugby Championship: South Africa should win battle up front, says Thinus Delport

South Africa should have the better of Australia up front but they must not allow the backs any time or space, says Thinus Delport.

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including some PRO12 upsets and some controversial refereeing.

Experts & Blogs

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