Charity cyclists set out for Dublin

David Hill, an aide at the Scottish Parliament, died two years ago from a hitherto undiagnosed heart condition. He was only 30. He had been playing for the Scottish Parliament rugby team against their Irish counterparts when he collapsed. This weekend, the David Hill Memorial Quaich will be contested again when the Irish Dail and […]

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Ceremony caps retrospective Scotland Men project

Ahead of tomorrow’s Guinness Men’s Six Nations fixture at Scottish Gas Murrayfield, 26 players were awarded full cap status at a ceremony on the eve of the Calcutta Cup, with invited friends and family in attendance to share in a special experience. The fourth and final such ceremony, for Scotland Men, drew a close to […]

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Obituary: Gerry Tosh

A former player for the Dundee High School FP club, Gerry spent many years on the club committee, including as President from 2009-15 and from 2017-20. He was a prime mover in the merging of Dundee HSFP and Morgan FP Rugby Clubs to form Dundee Rugby Club and during his term of office, the club […]

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Jim Carswell receives his retrospective cap

Jim Carswell, now aged 76, played in the Scotland pack that defeated Japan 34-9 in September 1976. A product of Paisley Grammarians, Jordanhill and Glasgow, Carswell is now resident in a care home in Cheltenham. He was unable to travel to capping ceremonies we held at Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium, so Scottish Rugby took the […]

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Grand Slam greats to present match ball

The half-backs from Scotland’s 1984 Grand Slam success against France, John Rutherford (Selkirk) and Roy Laidlaw (Jed-Forest), will present the match-ball as part of the 40th anniversary. Laidlaw’s brace of tries at Lansdowne Road in the Triple Crown clinching game against Ireland, which preceded the Grand Slam decider, are forever enshrined in Scottish rugby folklore. […]

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George Horne Signs as First Charity Patron for Cancer Card

CEO of Cancer Card, Ian Pirrie said: “This partnership highlights the significance of sports personalities driving positive change within their communities and marks a key milestone for Cancer Card, a charity dedicated to providing crucial assistance to those affected by cancer.”   George Horne said: “In the UK, sadly one in two people will get […]

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Obituary: Eric Grierson

Grierson was one of seven referees from the Hawick club who have taken charge of international rugby matches. A diminutive and charismatic figure, his debut was the Ireland v South Africa match in 1970 and he was in charge subsequently of France v England in 1972, Wales v Ireland in 1973 and England v France […]

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Dr James Robson to retire from Scottish Rugby

Dr James will conclude his time with Scottish Rugby at the end of the 2024 Guinness Six Nations. Scottish Rugby will now begin a recruitment process to separately appoint a new Chief Medical Officer and Scotland Team Doctor, to cover positions held by Dr James in recent years. A mainstay of the national team set-up […]

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