Scotland 41 – 0 Canada

Scotland 41 – 0 Canada

All the action live from Pittodrie in Aberdeen as Scotland take on Canada in the third and final Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn Test.Scotland 41 – 0 Canada Click here for all the action live from Pittodrie in Aberdeen as Scotland take on Canada in the third and final Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn Test. 2mins: TRY – Nikki Walker SCOTLAND 5 – 0 CANADA Scotland push upfield straight from the kick-off. Ospreys winger Walker receives a neat pass from stand-off Phil Godman to dive over in front of the Merkland Road stand. 16 mins: John Barlcay tries to beat his opposite man on the outside and leaps over the line. The cover tackle saw his right foot grounded in touch so the try was disallowed. 31 mins: PENALTY – Phil Godman SCOTLAND 8 – 0 CANADA 37 mins: TRY – Ben Cairns SCOTLAND 13 – 0 CANADA Nick de Luca and Ben Cairns link up beautifully in midfield. Some dazzling footwork from De Luca pulled in the defence and the offload found Cairns who had the pace to reach the line ahead of two chasing defenders. 38 mins: CON – Phil Godman SCOTLAND 15 – 0 CANADA Half-time score: Scotland 15 – 0 Canada 42 mins: TRY – John Barclay SCOTLAND 20 – 0 CANADA Scotland start the second half on the front foot as they batter their way towards the Richard Donald Stand. John Barclay crosses the line for a second time this afternoon, however there was no doubt with his latest attempt. 43 mins: CON – Phil Godman SCOTLAND 22 – 0 CANADA 48 mins: Sub (Canada) – Nathan Hirayama for Matt Evans 50 mins: Subs (Scotland) – Alasdair Dickinson for Allan Jacobsen and Scott Gray for John Barclay 52 mins: Subs (Canada) – Morgan Williams for Ed Fairhurst and Mike Burak for Adam Kleeberger 57 mins: TRY – Alasdair Strokosch SCOTLAND 27 – 0 CANADA Scotland set up camp inside the Canadian five metre area. A big push from Strokosch and Euan Murray saw Strokosch appear from the ruck and touch down over the line. 58 mins: CON – Phil Godman SCOTLAND 29 – 0 58 mins: Subs (Scotland) – Rory Lawson for Mike Blair and Dan Parks for Phil Godman 60 mins: Sub (Canada) – Bryn Keys for Ciaran Hearn 63 mins: Subs (Scotland) – Dougie Hall for Ross Ford and Max Evans for Simon Webster 70 mins: TRY – Nikki Walker SCOTLAND 34 – 0 CANADA Scotland stretch their lead with Nikki Walker’s second try of the afternoon. Good hands from Dan Parks and Scott Gray unleash Walker who hit the ball with pace and at a good angle. 71 mins: CON – Dan Parks SCOTLAND 36 – 0 CANADA 73 mins: TRY – Rory Lamont SCOTLAND 41 – 0 Scotland score their sixth try of the day only moments after Walker touched down in the same corner. Very similar to their last score, the ball was spun left and Lamont burst through to touch down, much to the adulation of the 17,651 crowd. Final score: Scotland 41 – 0 Canada Man of the Match: Nikki Walker (Scotland) Scotland: Rory Lamont (Sale Sharks); Simon Webster (Edinburgh), Ben Cairns (Edinburgh), Nick De Luca (Edinburgh), Nikki Walker (Ospreys); Phil Godman (Edinburgh), Mike Blair (Edinburgh) CAPTAIN; Allan Jacobsen (Edinburgh), Ross Ford (Edinburgh), Euan Murray (Northampton Saints), Nathan Hines (Perpignan), Jim Hamilton (Edinburgh), Alasdair Strokosch (Gloucester), John Barclay (Glasgow Warriors), Simon Taylor (Stade Francais) Substitutes: Dougie Hall (Glasgow Warriors), Alasdair Dickinson (Gloucester), Matt Mustchin (Edinburgh), Scott Gray (Northampton Saints), Rory Lawson (Gloucester), Dan Parks (Glasgow Warriors), Max Evans (Glasgow Warriors) Canada: James Pritchard; Sean Duke, Ciaran Hearn, Ryan Smith, Justin Mensah-Coker; Matt Evans, Ed Fairhurst; Kevin Tkachuk, Mike Pletch, Scott Franklin, Tyler Hotson, Josh Jackson, Jebb Sinclair, Adam Kleeberger, Aaron Carpenter Substitutes: Frank Walsh, Jason Marshall, Mike Burak, Sean Michael Stephen, Morgan Williams, Nathan Hirayama, Bryn Keys Referee: George Clancy (Ireland) Touch-judges: Alan Lewis (Ireland) and Stuart Terheege (England) TMO: Nigel Whitehouse (Wales)

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