Scotland V New Zealand: Live Score Update

Scotland V New Zealand: Live Score Update

Get the latest action as it unfolds at the Scotland v New Zealand Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn Test match at Murrayfield (kick-off 5.15pm).Scotland host New Zealand in the first Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn Test match at Murrayfield (kick-off 5.15pm). As it happens Full time: Scotland 6 – 32 New Zealand 72 minsTry: Anthony Boric, Scotland 6, New Zealand 32. Carter converts. 71 minsReplacement: (New Zealand) – Dan Carter on for Ellis 69 mins: Replacement(Scotland) – Dan Parks and Rory Lawson on for Phil Godman and Mike Blair 69 mins: Scotland pressure is mounting with quick hands always working to spin the ball wide. 64 mins: Replacement (Scotland) – Euan Murray back on for the injured Allan Jacobsen 61 mins: Replacement (Scotland) – Dougie Hall and Scott Gray on, Ross Ford and Jason White off 61 mins: New Zealand missed an excellent try scoring opportunity when half time Replacement full-back Corey Jane knocked the ball on after crossing the line. 60mins: Replacement (New Zealand) – Flynn and McCaw on, Mealamu and Thomson off 54 mins: Replacement (Scotland) – Al Dickinson and Matt Mustchin on, Nathan Hines and Euan Murray off : (New Zealand) Jamie Mackintosh on, Isaia Toeava off 52 mins: Replacement (New Zealand) – Piri Weepu off, Andy Ellis on 51 mins: Scotland are camped firmly on the New Zealand 5m line but cannot break down the New Zealand defense – despite them collapsing scrum after scrum under the pressure of the Scottish pack. 41 mins: Try – Richard Kahui, Scotland 6, New Zealand 25. The ball was chipped though and Lamont, who was tracking back as cover, had to pull out of the chase due to what appeared to be an injured leg allowing the All Black to score. Donald converted. (Lamont off for Southwell) Half time: Scotland 6 – 18 New Zealand Substitute (New Zealand) Corey Jane on, Toeava off 39 mins: Scotland are putting New Zealand under a great of pressure deep in the All Blacks half, pressing hard for another score before half time. 34 mins: Scotland miss a decent opportunity to score through a rare error form captain Mike Blair. The scrum-half took his eye off the ball when accepting the ball metres from the line with men outside. 30 mins: Sin bin – Anthony Boric, Scotland 6, New Zealand 18. The New Zealand lock was sent to the stand for coming intothe ruck from the side. 29 mins: Penalty miss – Paterson, Scotland 6, New Zealand 18. Paterson missed the long effort. 25 mins: Try – Piri Weepu, Scotland 6, New Zealand 18. A clever kick through from centre Richard Kahui caught Scotland off guard without a full-back. Piri Weepu won the foot race to the ball and dotted down for the try. Donald missed the conversion. 21 mins: Penalty – Paterson, Scotland 6, New Zealand 13. New Zealand prop Kevin Mealamu penalised for dropping his binding. The ever accurate Chris Paterson slots to delight the home support. 14 mins: Penalty, Donald – Scotland 3, New Zealand 13. Scotland back-row Jason white was penalised for pulling down in the line-out. Donald converts from the 22. 14 mins: Scotland 3 – New Zealand 10. Nic de Luca returns to the field. 7 mins: Try – Tuitivake, Scotland 3, New Zealand 10 The New Zealand winger did well under pressure to score the game’s first try out wide. Donald added the extras. 3 mins: Penalty – Steven Donald, Scotland 3, New Zealand 3 Nic del Luca sin-binned for side entry to the ruck gives away the penalty. Steven Donal duly converts. 2mins: Penalty – Paterson, Scotland 3, New Zealand 0 Scrum-half Mike Blair made the break from a quick penalty and popped the ball out of contact to the supporting Paterson who dodged several tackles before being taken down. New Zealand were penalised for killing the ball just outside the 5m line. Paterson makes the kick. 00:01 mins: Kick off The famous haka has finished and following a guest appearance from Scotland’s most decorated Olympian, Chris Hoy, who placed the ball in the centre circle amid the jubilation of the home support, Murrayfield erupts as Scotland begin their first Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn Test against New Zealand. Scotland team to play New Zealand in the Bank of Scotland Corporate Autumn TestMurrayfield on Saturday 8 November (kick-off 5.15pm) 15 Chris Paterson (Edinburgh) 14 Thom Evans (Glasgow Warriors) 13 Ben Cairns (Edinburgh) 12 Nick De Luca (Edinburgh) 11 Sean Lamont (Northampton Saints) 10 Phil Godman (Edinburgh) 9 Mike Blair (Edinburgh) CAPTAIN 1 Allan Jacobsen (Edinburgh) 2 Ross Ford (Edinburgh) 3 Euan Murray (Northampton Saints) 4 Nathan Hines (Perpignan) 5 Jim Hamilton (Edinburgh) 6 Jason White (Sale Sharks) 8 Ally Hogg (Edinburgh) 7 John Barclay (Glasgow Warriors) Substitutes 16 Dougie Hall (Glasgow Warriors) 17 Alasdair Dickinson (Gloucester) 18 Matt Mustchin (Edinburgh) 19 Scott Gray (Northampton) 20 Rory Lawson (Gloucester) 21 Dan Parks (Glasgow Warriors) 22 Hugo Southwell (Edinburgh)

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