We, of course, will be without fans when England take on Scotland in the Six Nations this weekend, but the supporters who were present at Twickenham in 2019 arguably witnessed the greatest Calcutta Cup contest between the two rivals.
The 2021 Guinness Six Nations is nearly here and the tournament offers us all some escapism from the global pandemic, but let's remember the players are also experiencing the pressures and the strains of society.
Talking Rugby Union continues to support mental health awareness and Gary Heatly spoke to a local club in Scotland who have employed a Mental Health Officer to promote positive wellbeing within their rugby community.
With the next two rounds of European games postponed, it means some clubs won't be able to continue their respective continental campaigns and for referee Hollie Davidson, a landmark moment has also been put on hold.
Duhan van der Merwe's departure would have been disappointing for Edinburgh and with potential suitors also interested in Hamish Watson, the Pro14 club couldn't afford to let another Scotland international leave BT Murrayfield.