Scotland Men U20 confirmed for World Rugby U20 Trophy Final

Scotland have recorded three impressive wins to date, putting triple digits on Samoa and Hong Kong China before most recently beating Japan 46-10 to secure their place in the final. USA obtained top of the Pool B table after winning three from three against their opponents Netherlands, Uruguay and Kenya. Scotland and USA will now […]

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James Robson awarded honorary degree by Queen Margaret University

Dr James, alongside Professor Alex McMahon, former Chief Nursing Officer for Scotland, were both honoured with a Degree of Doctor of the University, Honoris Causa. After a distinguished career, of which 30 years were spent with Scottish Rugby, James stood down from service at the end of the Guinness Six Nations earlier this year, his […]

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Sevens stalwarts Fergusson and Farndale to retire

The pair, who have between them scored nearly 1,300 points on various iterations of the World Rugby SVNS series, made their debuts in 2017 and 2015 respectively and have combined to make more than 560 matches on the circuit for Scotland or, latterly, Great Britain. In a tale laced with symmetry, both Farndale and Fergusson […]

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Obituary: Jim Gracie

Born in Hawick on 12 September 1944, Jim Gracie devoted his life to his family and rugby. A centre/stand-off in his playing days with junior clubs in Hawick, his work in the knitwear trade took him to Montreal in Canada in 1967, before he returned to Scotland and continued in knitwear in Tillicoultry. He began […]

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Obituary: Donald Scott

Donald Macdonald Scott was born on 15 April 1928 in Langholm. He went on to win ten caps for Scotland between 1950 and 1953 out of the Langholm and Watsonians clubs. Five of the caps on the wing, five in the centre. He made his debut on the wing against Ireland in Dublin in February […]

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Obituary: Bill McMurtrie

During Bill’s 28-year tenure as rugby correspondent of, at the outset, the Glasgow Herald, he blazed a trail in enhancing coverage of the game and relationships between the rugby press and the SRU. In all, he was with The Herald for 38 years. He reported on Scottish club, district and international rugby, as well as […]

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Top honours for Scotland stars

Harry Paterson, 22, who made his Scotland debut at full-back during the 2024 GUINNESS Six Nations Championship match against France, and 21-year-old centre Emma Orr, who was a star of Scotland’s success in the WXV2 competition, have been named as winners of the Sir Willie Purves Quaich and Lady Jean Macpherson Trophy respectively. The trophies […]

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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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