Who would have thought we'd rely so much upon the Scots. Except for Calum. His directional kicking was somewhat wayward, but the other two managed to find the line. Twice. Each.
Murray, as always used his strength to get through and Ross used the mathematical formula stating that it's impossible to grab onto an person skinnier than the person doing the grabbing. I'm probably paraphrasing, but Einstein understands me.
And to complete the foreigners getting all the points, Tom slotted all 4 tries with relative ease. For once.
It should be noted that others beside myself, thought Murrays first try was scored by Cal, but that's only because he surreptitiously slid in next to him and got up holding the ball. Sneaky.  Read more