Team named for final U18 Women’s Six Nations festival fixture

Team named for final U18 Women’s Six Nations festival fixture

Scotland U18 Women Head Coach Duncan Harrison has named his team for the U18 Six Nations Festival game against Italy (kick off 12pm) tomorrow – live on the Scottish Rugby website.

Tomorrow’s fixture will be slightly different to the rest of the fixtures played in the festival with it being a 70 minute game with a half time too as opposed to the 35 minute fixtures played.

Speaking ahead of the match, Head Coach Duncan Harrison said: “The confidence of the whole group has grown session by session, game by game and throughout the 10 day camp. We are looking to be able to demonstrate this growth in the match against Italy.

“They are a good team who will pose a physical challenge but we feel we have the tools to counter this and impose ourselves on the game.”

You can watch the match action live HERE

Scotland U18 Women team to face Italy U18 Women in the 2023 U18 Six Nations Festival at Wellington College, England (kick off 12pm) – live on the Scottish Rugby website. 

15. Lucy MacRae (Stirling County)

14. Nicole Flynn (Stirling County)
13. Faye Sutherland (Edinburgh Harlequins)
12. Rianna Darroch (Highland)
11. Hollie Howland (Stirling County)

10. Isla Jamieson (Corstorphine Cougars)
9. Rebekah Douglas (Corstorphine Cougars)

1. Chloe Brown (Stirling County)
2. Karis Craig (Watsonians)
3. Eilidh Fleming (Stirling County)
4. Holland Bogan CAPTAIN (Cartha Queens Park)
5. Eva Finnie (Strathmore)
6. Isla Wheeler (Hillhead Jordanhill)
7. Theresa Smyth (Stirling County)
8. Megan Hyland (Garioch)


16. Alexi McLeman (Highland)
17. Louise Taperell (Dumfries Saints)
18. Ella Williams (Bristol Bears)
19. Ellie-Jo Simpson (Perthshire)
20. Aicha Sutcliffe (Stirling County)
21. Hannah Dunnett (Caithness)
22. Dawn Lawrie (Perthshire)
23. Freya Lejkowski (Biggar)
24. Emily Coubrough (Biggar)

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