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Friday 24th February 13:24
Graeme Morrison is convinced Scotland's heavyweight midfield can deliver against France.
Monday 23rd January 18:23
Scotland centre Graeme Morrison says his side are fully focused on beating England in the opening match of the RBS Six Nations
Monday 19th September 10:02
Scotland centre Graeme Morrison is optimistic of playing against Argentina on Sunday.
Sunday 4th September 12:59
Scotland centre Graeme Morrison is excited about their World Cup clash with England.
Tuesday 2nd August 15:26
Graeme Morrison will return to the Scotland team for Saturday's clash with Ireland determined to earn a place on the plane to New Zealand.
Monday 14th February 13:15
Scotland centre Graeme Morrison has signed a new two-year deal to remain at Glasgow Warriors.
Thursday 25th February 11:51
Graeme Morrison is adamant Scotland's RBS Six Nations clash against Italy in Rome is not destined to be a Wooden Spoon decider.
Tuesday 2nd February 16:03
Scotland head coach Andy Robinson believes he has picked a starting XV capable of outwitting France on Sunday.
Tuesday 17th March 16:52
Scotland centre Graeme Morrison admits he is relishing the prospect of beating England at Twickenham on Saturday.
Friday 6th February 14:24
Scotland centre Graeme Morrison has agreed a new deal that will keep him at Glasgow Warriors until 2011.
Saturday 17th January 17:41
Glasgow caused a major Heineken Cup upset with their 33-26 win against Toulouse at the Stade Ernest Wallon in France on Saturday.
Monday 17th March 10:39
Allister Hogg and Graeme Morrison admitted they had let Italy off the hook as their final RBS Six Nations ended with a 23-20 defeat.
Tuesday 5th February 16:18
Scotland coach Frank Hadden has added nine players to his training squad for the clash against Wales on Saturday.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.
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