**The rugby world kept ticking over the weekend and we’ve got the latest news in today’s Media Watch to keep you abreast of what has happened.**\n\nA little over a year out from the British & Irish Lions Tour to South Africa and coach Warren Gatland has dropped his biggest hint yet about who may skipper his side.\n\nDespite the likes of Ospreys’ Alun Wyn Jones among the favourites, especially given his prior relationship with Gatland, the coach has been talking up England star Maro Itoje in [Rugby World magazine.](https://www.planetrugby.com/maro-itoje-could-lead-the-lions-warren-gatland/)\n\n“He [Itoje] is an intelligent player and an intelligent man and has been incredibly successful in his career,” Gatland told Rugby World. “He would definitely be in contention as one of the possibilities as captain.\n\n“It’s about picking the squad and then saying who do we think will be captain material. Ideally, it’s somebody who has come from a team that’s been pretty successful. The next question is, if we were picking the Test team now, is there a good chance this person would make that Test team?\n\n“Itoje is the name that keeps cropping up. There’s no doubt about Itoje’s quality.”\n\nUp in Scotland and George Horne has been [named Glasgow Warriors’ Player of the Season](https://www.scotsman.com/sport/rugby-union/george-horne-wins-glasgow-warriors-player-season-award-2877349), as voted for by the supporters, for the second time in three years.\n\nThe scrum-half has been a dynamic threat in the No.9 jersey – notching seven tries in the PRO14 this term as well as pulling the strings from the base of the breakdown – and also impressed at the World Cup for Scotland when he crossed for a hat-trick against Russia.\n\nA club statement read: “His trademark support lines and speed around the park have seen him cross for seven tries in the 2019-20 Guinness PRO14, placing him joint third in the league’s try-scoring charts – four clear of any other Warrior.