The Scotland under-20 programme is the pinnacle of the country’s age-grade system and has helped develop some of its greatest talents and project them on to the international stage to don the thistle emblazoned, dark blue shirt of Scotland.
Each year the squad competes in the under-20 Six Nations, which runs in alignment with the senior tournament, and the World Rugby Under-20 Championship.
Led by Head Coach John Dalziel and assistants Ben Fisher and Iain Monaghan, Scotland under-20 finished fourth in the 2016 Six Nations tournament, recording two victories over England and Italy, in five games.
In Summer, the squad will reconvene for the World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Manchester, England. Scotland will face Australia, England and Italy in the tournament’s Pool B.
Under-20 Six Nations Championship results
Round 1: Scotland 24 - 6 England | Report | Highlights
Round 2: Wales 18 - 15 Scotland | Report
Round 3: Italy 14 - 24 Scotland | Report
Round 4: Scotland 21 - 36 France | Report | Highlights
Round 5: Ireland 26 - 18 | Report
World Rugby Under-20 Championship 2016 in Manchester, England
Tuesday 7 June: Scotland v Australia, AJ Bell Stadium (kick-off 5.30pm)
Saturday 11 June: Scotland v England, Manchester City Academy Stadium (kick-off 6pm)
Wednesday 15 June: Scotland v Italy, Manchester City Academy Stadium (kick-off 3.15pm)
Scotland under-20 management team:
Head coach: John Dalziel
Assistant coach: Ben Fisher
Assistant coach: Iain Monaghan
Strength & conditioning coach: Derrick Spiers
Team analyst: Paul Larter
Team doctor: David Pugh
Team physios: Jen Sweeting & Brian King
Kit manager: Gavin Paul