Two changes to Scotland U20 starting XV for France clash

Head coach Kenny Murray has announced his 23-man squad, with just two changes to the team that started last week’s match against Wales U20 in Colwyn Bay. Theo Currie of Harlequins and Swansea University will make his Scotland U20 debut when he starts in the second row in place of Euan McVie who is ruled […]

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Scotland to host the World Rugby U20 Trophy 2024

The two age-grade tournaments are a key part of the international federation’s investment in increasing the competitiveness of global rugby by providing a meaningful pathway to the elite level for talented young players. The showpiece tournaments, first held in 2008, have seen more than 1,550 players go on to make their test debut after playing […]

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Glasgow Warriors take first leg of U18 inter-city derby

Selected from the FOSROC Regional Academy sides which played a festival across December and January, the two teams play the matches as part of the U18 development programme. Tries for Glasgow from Lachlan Hodge, Joe Roberts, Kieran Todd, Harry Provan, Olly McKenna and Gregor Johnston were enough to grab the win, with Hamish McArthur, Chris […]

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New First Aid course launched by Scottish Rugby for community game

This new course has been designed by Scottish Rugby’s Welfare Manager, Dr Karen Barclay and Scottish Rugby’s wider medical team. The SCRUMCAPS Level 1 course, which is a key milestone of Scottish Rugby’s Player Welfare Action Plan, aims to enable volunteers to transition seamlessly from First Responder to delivering First Aid care in the case […]

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Scotland squad update

WP Nel and Darcy Graham are recovering well from their injuries and they will resume training with Edinburgh this week. Glasgow Warriors Max Williamson and Alex Samuel are training with the squad this week, along with Jamie Dobie and Euan Ferrie. Scotland squad for the 2024 Guinness Six Nations (caps in brackets): Forwards Ewan Ashman […]

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Squads named in final regular round of Celtic Challenge | Preview

Edinburgh Rugby v Clovers Head Coach Claire Cruikshank has made two changes to the starting line-up for tomorrow’s crucial Celtic Challenge against the Irish Clovers at Hive Stadium (3 February, kick-off 12.30pm). Scotland internationalist Panashe Muzambe moves into the starting line-up having scored a last-minute winning try in last weekend’s win away against Gwalia Lightning, […]

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