Ross Rennie

Scotland flanker Ross Rennie dislocated his shoulder in the defeat to New Zealand
Sunday 11th November 17:08

Flanker Ross Rennie suffered a dislocated shoulder during Scotland's 51-22 defeat to New Zealand at Murrayfield on Sunday.

Rennie 'bored' of losing
Monday 27th February 15:36

Scotland flanker Ross Rennie is determined to bring his side's run of five Test losses to an end against Ireland on March 10.

Rennie: I've got to perform
Wednesday 3rd August 06:50

Ross Rennie is refusing to look too far ahead as he prepares for his first Scotland start on Saturday against Ireland.

Hogg set for Falcons move
Sunday 9th May 23:58

Allister Hogg has penned a two-year deal with Guinness Premiership club Newcastle Falcons, ending his eight-year spell at Edinburgh.

Rennie has ban to digest
Thursday 11th December 17:25

Ross Rennie has received a two-week ban after being cited for a dangerous tackle on Wasps and England wing Paul Sackey.

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

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Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

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Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

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