Hugo Southwell

Hugo Southwell's career ended by hamstring injury
Friday 14th February 14:39

Wasps and Scotland full-back Hugo Southwell has been forced to retire on medical advice due to a hamstring injury.

New challenge excites Southwell
Tuesday 23rd August 12:49

Fullback Hugo Southwell is hoping to make his first appearance for London Wasps when they face Benetton Treviso on Saturday.

Wasps sign up Southwell
Wednesday 3rd August 16:51

Scotland full-back Hugo Southwell has signed a two-year deal with Wasps after leaving Stade Francais.

Southwell calls for tries
Monday 14th June 23:13

Hugo Southwell says that Scotland need to find a way to cross the try-line in the second Test with Argentina.

Scots seek Azzurri fillip
Wednesday 18th February 15:32

Hugo Southwell believes victory for Scotland against Italy will kick-start the home side's RBS Six Nations campaign.

Southwell remains focused
Friday 14th March 17:10

Hugo Southwell insists Scotland have not got carried away after the excitement of beating arch-rivals England.

Southwell aims to take chance
Thursday 24th November 10:13

Scotland's Hugo Southwell is confident he will perform against the All Blacks.

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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