Club Rugby Board confirms 2024/2025 season structure

The Club Rugby Board (CRB) agreed last night to progress with a 12-team Premiership for season 2024/25 at their meeting determining the coming season’s structure. For the forthcoming transition season 2024/25 Watsonians FC and Melrose Rugby will move to the Premiership and Boroughmuir FC and Stirling County RFC will move to National League Division 1. […]

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Charity cyclists set out for Dublin

David Hill, an aide at the Scottish Parliament, died two years ago from a hitherto undiagnosed heart condition. He was only 30. He had been playing for the Scottish Parliament rugby team against their Irish counterparts when he collapsed. This weekend, the David Hill Memorial Quaich will be contested again when the Irish Dail and […]

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Trio join Scottish Rugby official charity partner Hearts & Balls

Struan Kerr-Liddell will take on the mantle as the charity’s ambassador as it enters its 25th year, leading on providing support and guidance to players who suffer life-changing injuries. Initially, the charity was created as a result of the rugby community’s efforts to rally behind Struan, who broke his neck playing for Lismore Rugby Club […]

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Scotland make three changes for Calcutta Cup showdown

Blair Kinghorn, Kyle Steyn and Jamie Ritchie are all restored to the team after missing out against France in round two with Kinghorn making his first appearance of the championship having previously been ruled out through injury. Winger Steyn was a late absentee against France on account of his wife going into labour, with blindside […]

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Six Nations squad update ahead of England match

They replace Josh Bayliss, Javan Sebastian and Ross McCann. Bayliss has been ruled out of the squad due to concussion. The back-row options have been bolstered by the return of Bristol Bears flanker Magnus Bradbury and fresh from making 150 appearances for Edinburgh at the weekend, Hamish Watson is called up. Blair Kinghorn has recovered […]

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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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