Every now and then a player comes along whose mere touch of a rugby ball creates a buzz of excitement. The latest to follow the likes of Iwan Tukalo and Stuart Hogg is fresh faced 18-year-old George Horne who, even in the gloom of the shortest day, shone like a beacon from full back as his Currie team drew 17-17 at Heriot’s in an entertaining – if error-strewn – contest that was nothing if not sternly refereed.
Duncan Taylor will have a fitness test on Friday to determine whether a back complaint will prevent him from sitting on Scotland's bench for Saturday's Calcutta Cup encounter against England at Murrayfield. Sean Lamont, capped 101 times, stands by but regardless of the outcome it is likely the 26-year-old utility back Taylor will have some influence.
Given recent results between Italy and Scotland, nobody is going to be leaving Turin's Stadio Olimpico early when they lock horns on Saturday. Both previous meetings have been decided on the final play, with the away side coming out top each time.
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Thankfully this book survived and is much needed after Atilla the Hen (ie Mrs L) went on a de-cluttering spree including my "den". 90 per cent of my sports books, including some I read as recently as 1983, are OUT. Funnily enough a 29-year-old baby's potty has survived the cull. https://t.co/CCzdIwLGeK
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