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Friday 31st May 11:03
Scott Lawson has been included in the Scotland squad for the international tournament in South Africa after Ross Ford withdrew due to injury.
Tuesday 13th March 16:19
Ross Ford admits he and his Scotland team-mates are "desperate" to avoid the ignominy of the wooden spoon when they take on Italy.
Wednesday 25th January 15:52
Ross Ford has urged Scotland to gain England's respect byoutplaying them in the Calcutta Cup.
Thursday 8th September 15:42
Scotland have named their strongest possible side as they bid to make a winning start against Romania in Pool B on Saturday.
Friday 5th August 06:33
Following an extended break, Scotland's Ross Ford is raring to go against Ireland on Saturday.
Monday 1st August 18:19
Scotland lock Alastair Kellock admits the prospect of facing Ireland on Saturday has driven him on throughout his extended pre-season.
Thursday 10th March 16:22
Scotland hooker Ross Ford has committed his immediate future to Edinburgh by signing a new two-year contract with the club.
Monday 17th November 15:13
Ross Ford believes a bout of second half indiscipline was to blame for Scotland's 14-10 defeat to South Africa at Murrayfield.
Tuesday 5th February 08:05
Scotland hooker Ross Ford is keen to keep improving as he looks to see his side overcome Wales in Cardiff.
Sunday 14th January 19:20
Northampton are on the brink of the HC quarter-finals after beating Borders 29-19.
Rupert Cox shares his highlights from the week's rugby action in his round-up blog...
Toulon's Leigh Halfpenny features for Wales on Friday night, but there is no place in the England team for club team-mate and European Player of the Year Steffon Armitage, due to England's selection policy.
We take a look at Stuart Lancaster's injury concerns ahead of England's Six Nations opener with Wales and beyond.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com