Obituary: Iain Ross

Iain Anderson Ross (Hillhead HSFP) won four caps for Scotland in the 1951 Five Nations Championship. He won his first cap against France at Colombes in Paris on 13 January 1951 – one of nine Scotland debutants that day – and it was a match not without controversy as an unsuccessful conversion attempt from France […]

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Bob Easson awarded British Empire Medal

Easson, former Director of Rugby at Edinburgh Accies, has always subscribed to the notion that he coaches people, rather than the specific sport and in his roles with sportscotland in recent years, Scotland’s Commonwealth Games boxers have been among the athletes to benefit from his guidance. Educated at Bell Baxter High School in Cupar, Howe […]

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Glasgow Warriors beat Munster to make the URC Final

Kyle Steyn and Sebastian Cancelliere’s scores, allied to the boot of George Horne, booked Franco Smith’s side’s place in the final, in front of a near sell-out crowd in the south of Ireland. With the backing of over 20,000 red-clad supporters inside Thomond Park, the home side made the brighter start with ball in hand. […]

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Tickets on sale for World Rugby U20 Trophy

Tickets are now available for the four match days which will see eight teams from across the world battle it out for promotion to next year’s World Rugby U20 Championship. The eight teams in action are Samoa U20, Japan U20, Hong Kong China U20 (who will join hosts Scotland U20 in Pool A), USA U20, […]

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10 uncapped players called up for Skyscanner Americas Tour

Nathan McBeth, Patrick Harrison, Robbie Smith, Will Hurd, Max Williamson, Ewan Johnson, Gregor Brown, Gus Warr, Arron Reed and Matt Currie are the uncapped players on tour. Meet the 10 uncapped players included in the squad Loosehead prop McBeth, back-five forward Brown and second row Williamson, all from Glasgow Warriors, have trained with the Scotland […]

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Mixed Ability Rugby festival in Kilmarnock a triumph

Mixed ability rugby is an inclusive approach to the game, ensuring participation that engages everyone, no matter their age, ability or experience level. It means barriers participation are removed and a supportive and welcoming environment is created. Hosted by 2023 winners of the Spirit of Rugby Award, Brian and Senga Johnston and the Ayrshire Clan, […]

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Skyscanner Americas Tour: Global travel app announced as official travel technology partner of Scottish Rugby

Skyscanner have become the official travel technology partner of Scottish Rugby, and will sponsor this year’s summer tour, following on from successful activations in the Guinness Six Nations which saw the introduction of ‘The Ultimate View’. The world-leading content went viral across social media, providing a unique view of the thrilling matches against France and […]

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A Super Series Legacy

From the first game on Friday 8 November 2019 to its last on Saturday 8 June 2024, we look back at the 1675 days of Super Series rugby, the people who progressed into the professional game as well as reflecting on the tournament itself. The Tournament FOSROC Super6 rugby kicked-off under Friday night lights at […]

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David Sutherland: from the first game to the last

Back in November 2019, the FOSROC Super6 got underway for the first time as Stirling County beat Boroughmuir Bears at Meggetland with referee David Sutherland in the middle. In a fitting “full circle” moment, it will also be David who takes charge of tonight’s final, which will see a Super Series trophy lifted for the […]

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