Scotland win historic gold at Commonwealth Youth Games

Scotland, who had never medalled before at the event, reached the final as one of the two top-ranked countries, their win over South Africa laying the platform to go for gold. In their way, however, stood a Fiji team who not only won their group match 32-5, but had won all five of their own […]

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Charlie Hodgson

Charles Gordon Hodgson won two caps for Scotland on the left wing against Ireland and England in 1968. He made his debut in Dublin when he was a late replacement on the eve of the match for the injured Hamish Keith. Born in Lenzie on 11 May 1938, Hodgson attended the High School of Glasgow […]

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Russell to captain Scotland against France

Darcy Graham, whose brace of tries helped Scotland to a 25-13 win over Italy at the weekend, retains his place in the back three, where he is joined by fellow wing Duhan van der Merwe and Blair Kinghorn at full back. Sione Tuipulotu and Huw Jones, who were named in the 2023 Guinness Six Nations […]

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Darge to captain Scotland against Italy

The 23-year-old Glasgow Warriors flanker earned his first Scotland cap against Wales in the 2022 Guinness Six Nations and has gone onto win another six since. Darge has previous captaincy experience, leading the Scotland U20 team during the Under-20 Six Nations three years ago. Glasgow Warriors centre Stafford McDowall and Leicester Tigers second row Cameron […]

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Statement from Scottish Rugby Limited & Scottish Rugby Union Boards

The external review was undertaken by Pinsent Masons LLP, following its instruction in the summer of 2022. The review’s scope included – but was not limited to – examining some specific questions and allegations raised either directly to Scottish Rugby or through the media. Siobhan’s passing is the subject of an ongoing investigation by the […]

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Team Scotland names 7s squad for upcoming Commonwealth Youth Games

The athletes, aged 17 and 18 years old, will compete for Team Scotland alongside athletes from the six other sports on the Trinidad and Tobago programme: Netball, Beach Volleyball, Triathlon, Athletics, Cycling and Swimming. Scotland’s 7s squad will be led by head coach Craig Dods, and captained by Johnny Ventisei, who was recently announced as […]

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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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