Teams to feature at Melrose Sevens in tribute to Eric Liddell

The iconic rugby sevens event, held at the Greenyards since the inception of the abbreviated form back in 1883, has been graced with some of the game’s most stellar names, from Fijian magician Waisale Serevi to former Wallabies star David Campese and numerous others besides. In homage to another rugby luminary, men’s and women’s squads […]

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Rollie and Skeldon return to starting line-up to face Red Roses

Hooker Skeldon, who came off the field during Scotland’s historic win over Wales in Cardiff with a knee injury, is named in the pack, joining props Leah Bartlett and Christine Belisle, who have started the last 10 of Scotland’s Test matches together. The back-five of the scrum remain unchanged from Scotland’s close encounter against France […]

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Marr and Dalkeith to battle for Women’s National Bowl

In what will be the biggest stage of their playing careers for some, the week leading up to the final has been one of reflection for both sides. Both Dalkeith RFC and Marr RFC women’s sides are reasonably newly established and have made huge strides to be competing for the National Bowl this year. As […]

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Silver Saturday tickets, streaming details finalised

Contested on the day will be the Scottish Cup, Sarah Beaney Cup, Women’s Plate final, Men’s National League Cup final, Men’s and Women’s Shield finals, and the Men’s National Bowl final. The Women’s National Bowl final between Marr and Dalkeith is also part of Scottish Rugby’s national finals, but will be played on Murrayfield’s back […]

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Scotland Women sell out Hive Stadium ahead of England clash

This historic milestone now beats the previous record of 5,601 spectators which was marked just two weeks ago in Scotland’s hearty performance against France in round two of the competition. On the news, Scotland captain, Rachel Malcolm, said: “We are so proud to have sold out Hive Stadium for our final home game of the […]

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Inter-District Championship: South take home two trophies

In doing so, the 36-18 result saw the Borderers claim both the championship and the inaugural Nairn MacEwan Cup, contested by The South and Caledonia Reds for the first time. The South was made to work hard to earn their six tries (Fraser Renwick, Callum Anderson 2, Keith Melbourne, Russell Anderson, Callum Renwick) by a […]

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U18 Men’s Six Nations 2024 | Day 3 Review

Having gone 17-0 down in 32 minutes, the young side rallied to find a way to win, making it two wins from three in the competition. Italy had an early opportunity for points, kicking a penalty for goal in the 2nd minute. From around 40 metres, Pietro Chelli slotted it to give his side an […]

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U18 Women’s Six Nations 2024 | Day 3 Review

Scotland spent the vast majority of the first half defending their try line, but they defended it mightily with both Hollie Howland and captain Imogen Spence showing their incredible strength to hold up two tries in the first 15 minutes of the match. Ireland’s pursuit of the whitewash was relentless, but so was the Scottish […]

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Melrose Sevens set to return for 141st instalment

First played in April 1883 by Ned Haig, the Sevens game as it is known today become a mainstay of international rugby, thanks to its Melrose inventor. This year’s competition will kick off with local derbies between Edinburgh and Borders teams from 11.04am on Saturday 13 April. The tournament opener will see Hawick take on […]

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