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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U18 Men’s Six Nations Festival 2024 | Day 2 Review

The lead was doubled in the 12th minute, with Lucas Friday making the initial break and finding Aiden Ainsworth-Cave, who in turn passed inside to Finn Newton to run in untouched. Scotland began to earn more possession and territory, and were ambitious in their running attack, but England’s line speed caused pressure and limited chances. […]

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U18 Women’s Six Nations Festival 2024 | Day 2 Review

Reflecting on their performances, Head Coach, Duncan Harrison said: “I’m incredibly proud of the effort and significant improvements on both sides of the ball and with our set piece in comparison to day one of the festival. We remained in both those games until the last phase of play. “The England game saw some unforced […]

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Scottish Rugby confirms Women’s U16 side ahead of festival

The selected U16 players were identified through the Girls Regional Game Series, which ran at the start of the year. Gordon Lyon has been appointed to lead as Head Coach for a second year. Lyon’s coaching team is bolstered by former Scotland international Megan Gaffney and Stephen Gillies of Hillhead Jordanhill. Nikki Simpson (Glasgow Warriors/Garioch […]

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Men’s Under-18 Six Nations Festival | Round One Roundup

Scotland scored first, going ahead in the 14th minute. Two penalties conceded in quick succession by Georgia gave Ross Wolfenden the opportunity to kick into the left corner, and from the lineout Scotland’s forwards set up the maul and drove captain Joe Roberts over the line. And a second try followed in the 21st minute. […]

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Women’s U18 Six Nations Festival 2024 | Day 1 Round-up

The 2024 Festival takes place at Stadiwm CSM in Colwyn Bay, Wales, starting on Friday 29 March and running until Saturday 6 April. Scotland will play 35-minute matches against Wales, France, England and Italy before finishing with a 70-minute match against Ireland on Saturday 6 April. After naming his squad earlier this month, head coach […]

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Nominations open for Spirit of Rugby national award

The Scottish Rugby Community Recognition Awards programme is split into two sections: regional (East, Caledonia Midlands, Caledonia North, Glasgow North, Glasgow South) and national. After the recent announcement of the regional awards winners this month, the national awards programme aims to recognise outstanding contributions from players, coaches and those who have contributed to the wider […]

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