Edinburgh Rugby news

Bill Mata and Pierre Schoeman have been named in the 2018/19 Guinness PRO14 Dream Team following a media vote determined the best performing players from the past campaign.
Attack Coach Duncan Hodge and Defence Coach Calum MacRae have today extended their contracts with the club for a further two seasons.
There’s no doubt that long-term injuries are accepted as being a part of the modern game, but in Lewis Carmichael’s case, even he must be counting himself a tad unlucky.
Six Edinburgh players have been nominated for the Guinness PRO14 Dream Team, which will be revealed tomorrow night in a TV special broadcast on Premier Sports 1 and eir sport 1.
With the 2018/19 campaign in the books, the vast majority of Edinburgh’s players are enjoying well-deserved time away from rugby to regroup for the new season ahead.
It has certainly been a breakthrough year for scrum-half, Charlie Shiel.
Scotland Head Coach Gregor Townsend has today named 13 Edinburgh players in a 42-man training squad in preparation for Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan in September.
Edinburgh ruled the night with a hat-trick of winners capped at the Guinness PRO14 awards held in Dublin at the Guinness Storehouse on Sunday evening.
Club captain Stuart McInally believes Edinburgh are in ‘as good a place as they've ever been’ to bounce back and compete next season.