DAVID BARNES @ Murrayfield AFTER a scrappy first half in which both teams struggled to hold onto the ball long enough to really impose themselves, Edinburgh fired out the traps at the start of the second period to score the game’s decisive try through man-of-the-match Magnus Bradbury, and they never looked back.
Edinburgh players 'took ownership' against Glasgow Warriors as Danny Wilson chews over what's gone wrong
Edinburgh head coach Mike Blair attributed his side’s victory over Glasgow Warriors in Saturday night’s inter-city derby at Murrayfield to the players taking ownership of their performance at half-time. Despite leading 13-6 at the break, Edinburgh were a long way off their best, but flew out the blocks at the start of the second period to score the game’s decisive try through No 8 Magnus Bradbury.
EDINBURGH ended the league season in convincing fashion to secure a place in next season’s Champions Cup and win the 1872 Cup on aggregate. They just about edged a turgid first half, going in at the break 13-6 ahead, but a commanding display early in the second 40 saw them run out deserved winners by more than the 14-point margin they needed to claim the domestic trophy as well as securing seventh place in the URC table.
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Edinburgh took all the honours and a probable trip to South Africa for the URC play-offs with a deserved and dominant victory over Glasgow at Murrayfield. A crowd of over 24,000 saw the capital club clinch the 1872 Cup and the Scottish-Italian Shield trophies on offer and Heineken Champions Cup status next season.
United Rugby Championship Edinburgh: (13) 28 Tries: Kinghorn, Bradbury, Hoyland Con: Boffelli 2 Pens: Boffelli 3 Glasgow Warriors: (6) 11 Try: Smith Pens: Thompson 2 Edinburgh secured qualification for next season's Champions Cup and reclaimed the 1872 Cup after a dominant win over derby rivals Glasgow Warriors.
Romeo and Duet Edinburgh contestant left with ‘goosebumps’ after hearing fellow contestant’s singing voice
Find out how far in the dating show the Edinburgh citizen got The new dating game show, Romeo and Duet, aired for another episode this Saturday (May 21) evening on ITV. Hosted by Oti Mabuse, the show’s first episode was on April 16, 2022.
STUNT cyclist Danny MacAskill recently confessed he has become an e-bike convert - clocking up an astonishing 10,000 miles with battery assistance. The 36-year-old said: “I ride an e-bike a lot these days which has really opened up the Highlands for me in a totally new way.
Edinburgh side finish pre-split section of the season with a record of five wins from five matches MATT VALLANCE @ Millbrae THE regular supporters of these two teams, who passed on this game in favour of alternative attractions at Hampden and Murrayfield, were the losers – because this was a wonderful advertisement for Super6.
St Kentigern's Church on the edge of the Union Canal has been abandoned for over 40 years, and saw controversy in 2015 after police seized 105 cannabis plants from the building. St Kentigern’s Church at the Union Canal was closed in 1941, subsequently used as a nursery and a garage before being completely abandoned - or so it was thought.
A man was delighted to find that sparks flew with a Tinder match, with the pair having plenty in common. Now he's embarked on a 5,000 mile journey to meet her in person A man has just travelled 5,000 miles to meet a 'bonny lass' he matched with on Tinder, knowing full well in advance how 'crazy' his plan may sound to others.
Many locals will remember trips to the city farm spent looking at all the animals, visiting the park - and most importantly having a ride on the big red tractor. An Edinburgh city farm is celebrating four decades of bringing a breath of the countryside into the heart of the capital.
Kaletsky and Kay join Edinburgh economics debate Flats and offices planned for Scottish Widows site CodeClan adds top employers as partners Drinks Bakery wins listing in 230 Waitrose stores Johnson ready to take on Hibs challenge Late payments rise amid cost of living squeeze HMRC targeting directors in VAT fraud crackdown
Edinburgh’s Witch Market is returning again this summer, with local candlemakers and witchy themed nail artists confirmed to be attending. Leith Witch Market began last year on December 18 and featured a number of local artists, makers and “ magical practitioners.” They are back again next month, with the market coming to the city on June 12.
While high property prices and the worsening cost of living crisis may have many feeling that purchasing a home in Glasgow is out of reach, some areas are far cheaper than others With the worsening cost of the living crisis hitting household budgets hard, many feel that purchasing property is out of reach.
Although we were hoping for a couple of yum yums, we were absolutely delighted with the varied selection and thought it was a great bargain for £2.59. We tried a £2.59 Greggs Good to Go mystery bag and couldn’t believe how much we food got for the price.
The Queen has applauded the role congregations from the Church of Scotland have played in offering support to Ukrainian refugees since the war broke out. Around 400 ministers, elders, deacons and special guests are gathering in Edinburgh for its General Assembly, with more joining online, as the church opens its annual meeting, first held in 1560.
Johnstone managed to beat cancer and is now urging others to get their symptoms checked as soon as possible. A 'fit and healthy' Scots doctor has shared how he found out that he had bladder cancer after taking a spin class. Johnstone Shaw, aged 64, said he he knew something was wrong after noticing blood following his usual, intense spin class in 2019.