Scotland squad named for 2024 Guinness Six Nations

Props Alec Hepburn and Will Hurd, winger Arron Reed and back-three operator Harry Paterson have all earned a first call-up to Scotland duty, ahead of the championship opener against Wales in Cardiff on Saturday 3 February. Loosehead prop Hepburn of Exeter Chiefs qualifies through his father, who was born in Scotland, likewise Sale Sharks flyer […]

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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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Six Nations and Guinness agree groundbreaking partnership

The expansion of the iconic partnership reflects a shared ambition to continue to build both events into the most valued and respected Championships in world sport, offering the widest possible appeal for a global audience. Guinness became the very first partner of the Women’s Six Nations in 2019, at the same time as their Title […]

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Pete Horne appointed Scotland assistant coach

The former Scotland international moves into his new role following a spell with Glasgow Warriors and will combine with head coach Gregor Townsend and fellow assistant coaches Steve Tandy, John Dalziel and Pieter de Villiers as preparation begins for the 2024 Guinness Six Nations. Pete Horne amassed 45 caps for Scotland during his playing career […]

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Scottish Rugby to award additional retrospective caps

Earlier this year, the Scottish Rugby Union Custodian Board announced some 57 male players would be capped retrospectively. The players had represented Scotland in the Services and Victory internationals during and after the Second World War and had played for Scotland XVs against  international opposition. SRU President, Colin Rigby, said: “The response to our retrospective […]

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Scotland team remember fallen internationalists

In that war, Scotland lost a total of 30 capped players – more than any other Union. The loss was underlined when you look at the last international match which took place before hostilities erupted. It pitted Scotland against England at Inverleith in Edinburgh on Saturday 21 March, 1914, with England edging a narrow win. […]

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Gilchrist to lead Scotland against Romania

In an entirely fresh pack, Gilchrist will link up in the second row with Sam Skinner, who was a replacement in that Tonga victory. The back row sees the first appearances of the tournament for openside flanker Hamish Watson – named as a vice-captain – and blindside Luke Crosbie, with Matt Fagerson restored to the […]

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