Scottish Rugby news

04/09/07
A total of 264 drug tests were carried out on Scottish rugby players at all levels during last season, and once again none was positive for the ninth successive year.
31/08/07
Scottish Rugby has announced today that Jock Millican has been appointed a non-executive director of the Scottish Rugby Board, replacing Tom Inglis, who has completed his term of office and now stands
31/08/07
Some 5,000 tickets for next year’s RBS 6 Nations Championship match between Scotland and France at Murrayfield have been snapped up by eager supporters since the public sale for the game opened on Wed
31/08/07
With Scottish rugby fans willing their team to success at the Rugby World Cup in France next month, Livingston Rugby Club will be celebrating early with the official opening of their new changing room
30/08/07
The Food Standards Agency Scotland (FSAS) is teaming up with Scottish Rugby to kick start the launch of a new partnership initiative today (Thursday 30 August) which will encourage thousands of youngs
29/08/07
Letter from Claire Cruikshank & Louise Dalgliesh (SWRU Youth Co-ordinators) on the new SWRU Youth Rules and RegulationsDear Youth Club/School
29/08/07
Letter from Claire Cruikshank & Louise Dalgliesh (SWRU Youth Co-ordinators) on the new SWRU Youth Rules and RegulationsDear Senior Club
27/08/07
To mark their last match at Murrayfield on the playing shirts, The Famous Grouse is offering Scotland supporters the chance to be lucky and win a special prize.
27/08/07
Scotland supporters will be able to savour the special atmosphere of the RBS 6 Nations Championship at Murrayfield in 2008 without having to stump up any extra cash.
25/08/07
After comprehensive consultation with many relevant stakeholders, the Scottish Rugby Board has decided Scotland’s leg of the IRB Sevens World Series will remain at the national stadium for the next fo

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