THE claim is that luck evens out in the long run; the question is whether you can wait long enough for the breaks to go your way.
So it was that, after all the problems of the last year, things again went the way of this Scotland squad for the third time in as many games.
As coach Andy Robinson observed, if the same breaks had gone their way during the RBS 6 Nations, they could easily have won at least two of their first three games and everything from then on would have been so different. "Does that make me a better or worse coach when it comes down to things that small?" he asked. The answer is in the question.
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