Life In The Fast Laney

Former Scotland internationalist Brendan Laney has jumped on the chance to be a part of the Hong Kong Rugby Festival which culminates with the Hong Kong Sevens which will see the Scotland 7s team compete against the top rugby sevens countries in the world. Laney will join in the fun next week alongside one of […]

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Scots Face Familliar Opposition In Adelaide

The Scotland 7s team have been drawn against Samoa in the sixth leg of the IRB Sevens World Series in Adelaide, Australia. Having played Samoa twice before this season and an encounter with Fiji on the cards in Hong Kong, the Scots are no strangers to Pacific Island competition.The Scotland 7s team have been drawn […]

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Wright Picks Right Squad For Championship

Scotland Under-19 head coach Peter Wright today announced his squad for the forthcoming IRB Under 19 World Championship in Belfast, Ireland (4-21 April), saying he is very pleased with the players he has selected. Scotland Under-19 head coach Peter Wright today announced his squad for the forthcoming IRB Under 19 World Championship in Belfast, Ireland […]

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Scottish Rugby Contest Lamont’S Yellow Card

Scottish Rugby can confirm that following receipt this morning of the match officials’ reports from Saturday’s RBS 6 Nations match against France at Stade de France in Paris, a written notice contesting the yellow card awarded to Sean Lamont has been submitted on the grounds of mistaken identity.Scottish Rugby can confirm that following receipt this […]

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Scots Fail To Mark Milestone With Win

France Women 18, Scotland Women 10 Today marked the moment when Scotland Women’s captain Donna Kennedy won her 100th cap for her country. However, she was unable to celebrate her momentous achievement with a win as Scotland lost by three tries to two.France Women 18, Scotland Women 10 Today marked the moment when Scotland Women’s […]

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Scots Second Best At Stade

France were handed the RBS 6 Nations Championship in Paris this afternoon with a 46-19 win over Scotland at Stade de France. In the tensest of match finishes, France kept the pressure on the Scots to overtake the 24 point margin held by Ireland following their win over Italy earlier in the afternoon. France were […]

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Adam Robson

Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of former Scotland internationalist and past president of the SRU, Adam Robson. He was 78. Adam’s funeral will take place at Dollar Parish Church on Friday 23 March at 12.45pm. Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of former Scotland internationalist and past president […]

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Kennedy Reaches Landmark Cap Total

Scotland Women’s captain, Donna Kennedy, will win her 100th cap for her country on Sunday (18 March) as she takes the field against France for the final game of the 2007 RBS 6 Nations Championship. Kennedy’s cap total achievement has only been surpassed by five of the world’s most iconic male players.Scotland Women’s captain, Donna […]

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Paterson – Let’S End Championship On A High

Scotland captain Chris Paterson reckons France are still smarting from their defeat at Murrayfield last season as the two teams go into their final RBS 6 Nations game in this campaign at the Stade de France on Saturday. And though Paterson acknowledges that there are few survivors in French ranks from that fine 20-16 Scottish […]

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Ford Awarded First Scotland Start

Border Reivers hooker Ross Ford has been awarded his first Scotland start this weekend as the national team face France in the final game of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. Introduced to the team are Ford and scrum-half Rory Lawson, both making their first starts for their country, wing Nikki Walker, his first starting cap […]

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