Fixtures Confirmed for 2025 Guinness Men’s Six Nations

The opening round of fixtures will also see Scotland hosting Italy and England travelling to Dublin to face Ireland, both on Saturday 1 February. Five unpredictable and captivating rounds of elite sporting entertainment will culminate with Super Saturday on 15 March, with back-to-back fixtures that could decide the 2025 title. Italy will host Ireland in […]

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Three changes as Scotland name team to play Italy

Andy Christie, Cameron Redpath and George Horne all start, having been replacements in the win against England on 24 February. For Christie, named at blindside flanker, a first start in Scotland colours will see him join co-captain Rory Darge (openside) and No 8 Jack Dempsey in the back row. Grant Gilchrist and Scott Cummings link […]

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Ceremony caps retrospective Scotland Men project

Ahead of tomorrow’s Guinness Men’s Six Nations fixture at Scottish Gas Murrayfield, 26 players were awarded full cap status at a ceremony on the eve of the Calcutta Cup, with invited friends and family in attendance to share in a special experience. The fourth and final such ceremony, for Scotland Men, drew a close to […]

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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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Jim Carswell receives his retrospective cap

Jim Carswell, now aged 76, played in the Scotland pack that defeated Japan 34-9 in September 1976. A product of Paisley Grammarians, Jordanhill and Glasgow, Carswell is now resident in a care home in Cheltenham. He was unable to travel to capping ceremonies we held at Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium, so Scottish Rugby took the […]

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Grand Slam greats to present match ball

The half-backs from Scotland’s 1984 Grand Slam success against France, John Rutherford (Selkirk) and Roy Laidlaw (Jed-Forest), will present the match-ball as part of the 40th anniversary. Laidlaw’s brace of tries at Lansdowne Road in the Triple Crown clinching game against Ireland, which preceded the Grand Slam decider, are forever enshrined in Scottish rugby folklore. […]

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Darge and Gilchrist return for France encounter

The inclusion of Darge, who will lead the team alongside Finn Russell, and Gilchrist comes on the back of news that Luke Crosbie and Richie Gray will miss the remainder of the championship through injury. Fresh from a thrilling try brace in the opening week victory against Wales, Duhan van der Merwe joins fellow winger […]

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