100 Great Scottish Rugby Moments

100 Great Scottish Rugby Moments

STEWART WEIR

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Here are Scottish rugby's most legendary, celebratory and brilliant moments from the last 50 years.

100 Great Scottish Rugby Moments is a unique celebration of the sport’s most significant moments. Including:

  • Andy Irvine's kick to beat England in 1974
  • The 1984 Grand Slam
  • David Sole, Tony Stanger and the 1990 Grand Slam
  • Toony, Paris and that pass
  • The great Bill McLaren’s final commentary
  • Doddie Weir's Big Entry 
  • The 2019 Calcutta Cup – a match like no other . . .

These epic moments feature exclusive interviews with Gregor Townsend, Jim Telfer, Ian Robertson, Ian McLauchlan, Andy Irvine, Alan Lawson, Iain Milne, Jim Calder, John Rutherford, Finlay Calder, Craig Chalmers, David Sole, Tony Stanger, Scott Hastings, Gavin Hastings, Doddie Weir, Rob Wainwright, Gary Armstrong, Kenny Logan, Bryan Redpath, Chris Paterson, Al Kellock, Sean Maitland and many others. Enjoy a host of brilliant anecdotes and remarkable insights into the controversies, epic matches, thrilling contests and pivotal events on and off the field which shaped these 100 GREAT SCOTTISH RUGBY MOMENTS.

"All the key moments from the last 50 years of Scottish rugby are captured . . . 100 Great Scottish Rugby Moments will definitely bring back some truly great memories for you." GARY ARMSTRONG OBE

Product Details

Published: 1st August 2019
Format: Paperback 234x156mm
Extent: 281 pages
ISBN: 9781785302127

Author

Stewart Weir is a former sports reporter at the Evening Times, chief sportswriter at the Scottish Mirror, and Head of Sport at the Herald & Times Group. He has worked extensively in PR, for governing bodies and individuals such as Sir Chris Hoy, Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O’Sullivan, and is also a regular on talkSPORT. Stewart is the co-author with Doddie Weir of My Name'5 Doddie (2018) and The World According to Doddie (2019).

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