Scottish Rugby news

Stirling County have been awarded the third BT Club of the Month for the 2016/17 season.
Scottish Rugby has further strengthened ties with its strategic Japanese partner after sending rugby balls to every school in the City of Nagasaki.
Scotland 7s made it to the Semi-Finals in Cape Town
Scotland’s impressive start to the HSBC World Sevens Series continued with a fourth placed finish in Cape Town.
The Scottish Rugby Girls’ Schools’ Cup Finals take to Scotstoun today as four of the best school teams compete for silverware.
Cartha Queen’s Park have been awarded the second BT Club of the Month for the 2016/17 season. 
Robert Beattie joins the Scotland 7s squad for Cape Town
Scotland 7s have made just one change to their squad for this weekend's World Rugby HSBC Sevens-Series in Cape Town.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of former Scotland internationalist Ian A A MacGregor who has passed away in Crosshouse Hospital.
BT Murrayfield, the home of Scottish Rugby, is opening its doors on Wednesday 30 November in celebration of St.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of former Board member Tom Inglis who passed away last Friday. He was 75.
Almost seventeen years ago, Wallabies captain John Eales was reflecting on a quarter final win over Wales in the 1999 World Cup when he got a call from a work colleague asking him to help four Lism