Scott Shares His Skills

Warriors hooker Scott Lawson (Glasgow Warriors) will be leading a specialist coaching sessions on lineout throwing at Whitecraigs and at Netherdale, Galashiels tomorrow_as part of an new initiative which is the brainchild of former Glasgow head coach Hugh Campbell, Scottish Rugbya?'s specialist coaching manager.Scott, alongside fellow international hooker Steve Scott, is taking on the role of coach at specialist clinics being run by Scottish Rugby Follow-up sessions will be mapped out following feedback from players.Hugh Campbell said: a??We are building up a network of specialist coaches who we are looking to deliver to pro-teams, Senior National Academy players and young players involved in Scottish Rugbya?'s pathway programmes.a??The purpose of the sessions is to up-skill the players and also to give coaches an opportunity to learn more in specific areas of the game. It gives everyone attending the opportunity to look at best practice and the latest techniques being employed at the top end of the game.a??Attendance at the sessions is by invitation only._Scottish Rugbya?'s Performance Development Managers and National Academy coaches are liaising with club coaches who may be interested in specific sessions. Warriors hooker Scott Lawson (Glasgow Warriors) will be leading a specialist coaching sessions on lineout throwing at Whitecraigs and at Netherdale, Galashiels tomorrow_as part of an new initiative which is the brainchild of former Glasgow head coach Hugh Campbell, Scottish Rugbya?'s specialist coaching manager.Scott, alongside fellow international hooker Steve Scott, is taking on the role of coach at specialist clinics being run by Scottish Rugby Follow-up sessions will be mapped out following feedback from players.Hugh Campbell said: a??We are building up a network of specialist coaches who we are looking to deliver to pro-teams, Senior National Academy players and young players involved in Scottish Rugbya?'s pathway programmes.a??The purpose of the sessions is to up-skill the players and also to give coaches an opportunity to learn more in specific areas of the game. It gives everyone attending the opportunity to look at best practice and the latest techniques being employed at the top end of the game.a??Attendance at the sessions is by invitation only._Scottish Rugbya?'s Performance Development Managers and National Academy coaches are liaising with club coaches who may be interested in specific sessions.