Scotland Women

Scotland Women are involved in training camps throughout the season in the lead up to the Women's Six Nations Championship.

Following monthly camps at the start of the 2015/16 season, an extended Scotland Women squad travelled to Valladolid in Spain for a ten-day training camp in November.

The camp received significant funding through Erasmus+, a programme established by the European Commission that allows students and employees to experience cultural and work exchanges throughout Europe, through vocational and educational training.

The camp culminated in a friendly international against Spain, which Scotland Women won 34-10.

A further training weekend in December was followed by a week-long camp in January, after which selection was made for the Six Nations. 

The squad, which featured nine of the 16 female BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy Stage 2 players, had improved performances as they began their journey to closing the gap with other nations. 

2016 Women's Six Nations

Scotland Women v England Women | Match report

Wales Women v Scotland Women | Match report

Italy Women v Scotland Women | Match report

Scotland Women v France Women | Match report 

Ireland Women v Scotland Women | Match report