Clubs and Schools news

A Borders rugby club is celebrating the fifth year of its music festival, which helps to boost club funds and raise money for worthy causes, with a line-up that includes legendary glam rock
Grassroots rugby across Scotland will benefit from a new £513,000 investment as Scottish Rugby announces the final round of funding in this cycle of its £1.6million Club Sustainability Fund
Scottish Rugby celebrated a successful domestic club season on Friday evening (1 June) as the annual Scottish Rugby Club Awards honoured the players, officials and club members who contribu
A Carnoustie Rugby stalwart has been awarded BT Volunteer of the Month for April for her commitment to fundraising and dedicated work across a number of roles within the club.
Dumfries Saints have been named April BT Club of the Month for their impressive league form and commitment to developing youth rugby.
As part of the implementation of the Technical Blueprint ‘The Scottish Way’, a set of age grade law variations (AGLV) for mini and youth rugby will be trialled during season 2018-19.
Biggar won the U18 Girls Club Cup Final in dramatic fashion after a try in the dying minutes saw them beat a resilient Stirling County side at BT Murrayfield.
Glasgow Hawks secured their BT Premiership status for next season with a comprehensive 46-0 win over Jed-Forest in the end of season play-off.
Jed-Forest and Glasgow Hawks in Decisive Play-off
This Saturday’s BT Premiership play-off will see National League 1 runners-up Jed-Forest take on Glasgow Hawks at Hawthornden.
Girls’ Club Cup Finals Day Preview
Scottish Rugby Girls’ Club Cup Finals take place on Sunday 5 May at BT Murrayfield.