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heraldscotland
Skipper Magnus Bradbury's off-field mishap overshadows bonus point win for Edinburgh at London Irishadded a gloss to the score when Jamie Ritchie and Luke Crosbie, the back rows,
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
added a gloss to the score when Jamie Ritchie and Luke Crosbie, the back rows, both crossed in the final three minutes. Sam Hidalgo-Clyne. who took over from Jason Tovey first as kicker and later as fly half, landed the conversions to add even... Read more
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Scotsman
Strength of character carries Edinburgh to valuable victoryjust behind them after their surprise 34-29 win over Stade Francais. “It was g
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
just behind them after their surprise 34-29 win over Stade Francais. “It was good to get a bonus point,” said scrum-half Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, who had his best display of the season so far. “With the personnel we had in both teams it was always... Read more
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heraldscotland
Skipper Magnus Bradbury's off-field mishap overshadows European Challenge bonus point win for Edinburgh at London Irishadded a gloss to the score when Jamie Ritchie and Luke Crosbie, the back rows,
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
added a gloss to the score when Jamie Ritchie and Luke Crosbie, the back rows, both crossed in the final three minutes. Sam Hidalgo-Clyne. who took over from Jason Tovey first as kicker and later as fly half, landed the conversions to add even... Read more
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Scotsman
London Irish 14 - 37 Edinburgh: Visitors make winning Euro startgot back into the game after half an hour, with tighthead prop Ollie Hoskins ma
Scotsman / Posted 5 days ago
got back into the game after half an hour, with tighthead prop Ollie Hoskins managing to barge his way over the line, but Sam Hidalgo-Clyne was on target with a penalty before Rasolea claimed his own second try and his team’s third. Brophy Clews... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh face much changed London Irish side in Euro tiewho makes his first start since the season opener. Jason Tovey continues at sta
Scotsman / Posted 5 days ago
who makes his first start since the season opener. Jason Tovey continues at stand-off and is partnered by scrum-half Sam Hidalgo-Clyne. In the back-row, John Hardie replaces club captain Magnus Bradbury, who has a shoulder niggle. Cockerill... Read more
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heraldscotland
Fraser McKenzie back to lead Edinburgh against sub-strength London Irish in European Challenge Cupon occasion and we need to be a team that raises itself every week. We’re going
heraldscotland / Posted 6 days ago
on occasion and we need to be a team that raises itself every week. We’re going to go to Irish to try and win the game, same when we go to Russia (next weekend) and then obviously two very big games in the league, then a break before we go to... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh’s John Hardie ready for kilted Kiwi clashthe club is in a better place now than when he first signed. “We have a young
Scotsman / Posted 7 days ago
the club is in a better place now than when he first signed. “We have a young team and need to have everybody on the same page but it is improving,” he said. “There are a lot of young guys coming through and that is keeping us on our toes. I... Read more
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Scotsman
Allan Massie: Referees are often biased but it’s an unconscious biaswas fair enough; the yellow card seemed excessive. Later in the match there wa
Scotsman / Posted 12 days ago
was fair enough; the yellow card seemed excessive. Later in the match there was a ruck near the Edinburgh goal-line. Sam Hidalgo-Clyne was standing at the side of the ruck, perhaps offside, but not part of the action. A Leinster player... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh 16 - 15 Zebre: Capital men hold on for narrow winin for the converted try. Currie Chieftains’ Luke Crosbie then came on for an
Scotsman / Posted 12 days ago
in for the converted try. Currie Chieftains’ Luke Crosbie then came on for an Edinburgh debut while Tovey was forced off, Sam Hidalgo-Clyne coming on. With 14 minutes to go the Italians took a 15-13 lead with a Violi penalty and Edinburgh had to... Read more
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Scotsman
Blair Kinghorn must cut out errors to win cap says Richard Cockerillas that.” Elsewhere in tonight’s team looking to put a halt to a three-game lo
Scotsman / Posted 13 days ago
as that.” Elsewhere in tonight’s team looking to put a halt to a three-game losing streak, Nathan Fowles has replaced Sam Hidalgo-Clyne at scrum-half. WP Nel, Ben Toolis and skipper Magnus Bradbury come into the pack, while Jamie Ritchie... Read more
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heraldscotland
Edinburgh boss Richard Cockerill admits to frustration at having to watch Scottish youngsters 'learn on the job'have ti improve if he wants to step up. That’s just normal.” He was by no mean
heraldscotland / Posted 13 days ago
have ti improve if he wants to step up. That’s just normal.” He was by no means singling out the full-back either. “The same with (club captain Magnus) Bradbury, the same with (Jamie) Ritchie… over the last 12 months or so, they’ve improved with... Read more
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Scotsman
Richard Cockerill urges Edinburgh to build on Leinster showingcomes back into the side after featuring off the bench last week, while Nathan
Scotsman / Posted 14 days ago
comes back into the side after featuring off the bench last week, while Nathan Fowles returns at scrum-half in place of Sam Hidalgo-Clyne. Experienced front-rower WP Nel returns at tight-head and Ben Toolis gets the start to boost the scrum in... Read more
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Herald.ie
Leinster leave it late to secure winlost its' impetus. Leinster looked at their least dangerous from 5-metres in a
Herald.ie / Posted 19 days ago
lost its' impetus. Leinster looked at their least dangerous from 5-metres in and Sexton was guilty of a penalty for taking Sam Hidalgo-Clyne too high. The game was there to be won, for either side, and Noel Reid was left on the ground from a heavy... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Leinster seal victory over Edinburghclear. Edinburgh's resilient defence came good again, holding Jack McGrath up
Irish Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
clear. Edinburgh's resilient defence came good again, holding Jack McGrath up past the try-line and then Sexton's grab of Sam Hidalgo-Clyne around the neck saw him penalised and Leinster sent back towards halfway. The Scots found a second wind... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh set for fierce test in Dublin as Leinster unleash Lionscentres by Phil Burleigh. A revamped half-back partnership sees Jason Tovey mak
Scotsman / Posted 20 days ago
centres by Phil Burleigh. A revamped half-back partnership sees Jason Tovey make his first start of the season alongside Sam Hidalgo-Clyne who replaces Nathan Fowles. “I am keen to see how he goes,” said Cockerill of Johnstone, who has been... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh coach hopes more wins will boost Myreside crowdsweek.” Cockerill has made six changes to last week’s starting XV, with five of
Scotsman / Posted 1 months ago
week.” Cockerill has made six changes to last week’s starting XV, with five of them in the pack. Nathan Fowles replacing Sam Hidalgo-Clyne at scrum-half is the only change in the backline. Veteran hooker Ross Ford, pictured, replaces Stuart... Read more
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heraldscotland
Richard Cockerill pleased with strength in depth ahead of Treviso testat the Scarlets and Leinster. More surprising is his decision to rest WP Nel, w
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
at the Scarlets and Leinster. More surprising is his decision to rest WP Nel, with Simon Berghan replacing him, and Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, who swaps places with Nathan Fowles. "We’ve got some depth in certain positions and I want to keep the... Read more

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