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Edinburgh news from Thursday, July 2, 2020

Edinburgh news from Wednesday, July 1, 2020

- Richard Cockerill wants new Edinburgh lock Andrew Davidson to kick on in the Capital and battle for a place in his squad, despite impressive competition for the locking berths. Edinburgh announced last week they’d lured Davidson from Scotstoun after just a season back in Glasgow. Prior to his move back north, Davidson had spent three […]...

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- Edinburgh won’t look to the talents of Scotland back Blair Kinghorn to fill the gap in their squad at stand-off, according to Head Coach Richard Cockerill. The Capital club have been left short-handed in the 10 jersey after Jono Lance’s signing fell through, the Australian unable to obtain a visa. That leaves Cockerill with only […]...

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- Edinburgh Head Coach Richard Cockerill has dismissed any notion that FOSROC Super6 is not up to the required standard to develop players of the future. Scotland prop Gordon Reid said recently the semi professional league is not good enough for young front row players, but Cockerill insisted on a Zoom call with the media this […]...

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- Richard Cockerill is keen to stay at Edinburgh beyond the end of his current contract, which expires at the end of the 2020/21 season. The former Leicester Tigers and Toulon boss has taken the club on leaps and bounds since he took over, with a place in the Guinness PRO14 semi-finals within reach for the […]...

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- Edinburgh have continued to strengthen their squad for the upcoming campaign with the signing of hooker Sam Kitchen, subject to medical. Kitchen, 26, joins the club from Ayrshire Bulls in a partnership deal with the FOSROC Super6 side. The Australian-born hooker joined the Bulls from Sydney side Northern Suburbs in September 2019 and finished as […]...

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