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news from Thursday, January 17, 2019

- Edinburgh prop Pierre Schoeman is relishing taking on a Montpellier side laden with South African power at BT Murrayfield tomorrow (Friday). Former Scotland coach Vern Cotter is able to call upon the resources of former Springbok brothers Bismarck and Jannie du Plessis, second row pair Jacques du Plessis and Nico Janse van Rensburg, recently French qualified South Afr...

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- Edinburgh close in on a quarter final spot after a historic victory at the Stade Mayol. This Edinburgh team became the first Scottish side – and only third team ever – to win at the Stade Mayol in Europe. Toulon tries from Guriado and Isa either side of a Darcy Graham score for Edinburgh gave Toulon a 12-8 advantage at half time. Howeve...

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- Leinster – and the fast-rising Scottish sides – are packed full of internationals while Test players are spread more thinly across their Premiership and Top 14 rivalsThe Premiership goes into the final round of the European Champions Cup group stage this weekend hunting a first victory over an Irish province in this season's tournament. Its clubs have three opportunities: Ulster tr...

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news from Wednesday, January 16, 2019

- Edinburgh vs Montpellier – 18/1/19 It’s first versus second on Friday night in Pool 5 of the Champions Cup. Edinburgh have won four out of their five European fixtures and currently sit three points clear of Montepellier who have three wins and two losses so far. Edinburgh: Richard Cockerill’s side travelled to Toulon in their […] The post ...

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