Scotland release Rugby World Cup 2023 kit

The home jersey is a classic, heritage dark blue, flanked by the Scottish Rugby tartan on either side, with the same features on dark blue shorts, and white socks. The alternative kit sees a return to a white jersey, patterned with the characteristics of the Scottish Rugby tartan, with blue and white shorts and socks. […]

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Greig Oliver

Oliver won three caps for Scotland between 1987 and 1991 in an era where replacements were only permitted due to injury. In a familiar refrain, Scotland were blessed with quality scrum-halves when Oliver was in his pomp, with British Lions and fellow Borderers Roy Laidlaw and Gary Armstrong (among others) vying with him for the […]

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Sustainability key to the future of Scottish Rugby

“We know there is a great deal to do on this sustainability journey but we believe working alongside our clubs, partners and stakeholders, we can make a difference to create a cleaner and greener future,” said Chief Executive Mark Dodson. “We also know we must embed environmental considerations in all elements of our business as […]

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Scottish Rugby appoints new Chair

John brings a wealth of experience from a career leading the design and delivery of excellent customer experience in conjunction with multiple stakeholders. His most recent role was Group Customer Director at Phoenix Group until he retired last year. Prior to that he held senior roles in Telefonica both in the UK and Europe. John […]

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Scotland announce training squad for Rugby World Cup 2023

The group will be led by captain Jamie Ritchie and will be trimmed to the requisite 33-player list ahead of the tournament itself, which gets underway in France in September. Of the 23 forwards selected by Townsend, flanker Rory Darge returns to the international set-up having missed the Guinness Six Nations through injury, with winger […]

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Gregor Townsend signs contract extension

Townsend began his term in 2017 and has since become the longest serving head coach of the Scotland national team in the professional era. After securing third place in the Guinness Six Nations this year – their best finish since 2018 – Scotland now have their sights set on the 2023 Rugby World Cup where […]

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Ray Megson

Ray Megson was a trailblazer both professionally and in his pastime to which he devoted so much, rugby. Born in Sheffield, his family moved to Australia, where he spent his childhood. He came to Scotland when his parents’ marriage was over and began schooling at Douglas Ewart High School in Newton Stewart in Dumfries & […]

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John Jeffrey steps down as Chair of Scottish Rugby LTD

The former international, who played for Scotland between 1984 and 1991 and was a key figure in Scotland’s Five Nations Grand Slam in 1990, has been chair of Scottish Rugby Ltd for three years.   On Wednesday night, he informed the board of the Scottish Rugby Union, the custodian body which represents Scottish rugby clubs […]

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40tude: Townsend and Nicol become charity ambassadors

The former Scotland internationals, who both represented the country alongside Tom, will help promote the importance of screening for bowel cancer, in order to continue the work done by Tom, who was an active Ambassador of 40tude in the years before his passing. The charity, which formed in 2011, has to date raised more than […]

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Obituary: Bill Relph

William Keith Linford Relph won four caps for Scotland throughout the 1955 Five Nations Championship. He made his debut against France away but his first international appearance at Murrayfield was a landmark occasion. The 14-8 victory over Wales on 5 February 1955, marked Scotland’s first win after a sequence of 17 successive defeats. And he […]

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