Scottish Rugby news

Four candidates have been nominated by clubs to succeed Andy Irvine as President of the Scottish Rugby Union.
Coach to Win, Scotland’s first world-class partnership coach development programme, was launched today (30 April) by Judy Murray and Frank Hadden at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre in Edinburgh.
The world??™s most-capped women??™s player, Scotland??™s Donna Kennedy, will be encouraging the Scotland internationalists of the future this weekend.
Scotland’s Malcolm Changleng has been appointed to referee his first full Test match involving a Tier 1 nation.
This season, the SWRU are trialling an online based registration system in addition to email/paper registration.
Stirling County’s teenage flanker Kevin Bryce is today named as recipient of this season’s John Macphail Scholarship.
This year SWRU National 7s competition will be a combined event with the Emirates Airline Edinburgh Sevens and the associated Festival of Rugby to be held at Murrayfield on 2nd and 3rd June.
A reminder to all clubs that all proposed amendments, comments, or motions for the AGM must be received by Kate Ho ( by 5pm on April 29th 2007.A reminder to all clubs that all propo
The Women??™s Super League is an independent competition run for the first time in 2007 by Super League Limited, with the backing of RFUW, WRU, IRFU and SWRU.
At a meeting held last night at Gala RFC between senior representatives of the Scottish Rugby Board and a number of representatives from Border Clubs, Gordon McKie, Chief Executive of Scottish Rugby,