Scotland Under-19 Squad Confirmed

Scotland Under-19 head coach Peter Wright has announced his 26-man squad for the game against Italy Under-19s at The Greenyards, Melrose RFC, on Sunday 25 February (kick-off 2.30pm). Entrance to the game at Melrose on Sunday is free and former Lions and Scotland international Wright is hoping supporters will come along in their numbers for the match. Scotland Under-19 head coach Peter Wright has announced his 26-man squad for the game against Italy Under-19s at The Greenyards, Melrose RFC, on Sunday 25 February (kick-off 2.30pm).

Entrance to the game at Melrose on Sunday is free and former Lions and Scotland international Wright is hoping supporters will come along in their numbers for the match.

He said: “I am really excited about our current Under-19 squad who have some real potential for the future.

“Hopefully, the game at Melrose on Sunday will offer fans a fascinating glimpse into the future ahead of the Under-19 World Cup in Belfast in April.”

The Scotland Under-19 squad for the game against Italy U19s on Sunday 25 February at Melrose RFC (kick-off 2.30pm) is:

FORWARDS
Josh Brown (Bristol/Filton College), Kevin Bryce (Glasgow, Stirling County and Central Institute of Sport)**, Steven Burton (Currie), Craig Charters (Hawick PSA), Angus Dixon (Aberdeen Grammar Rugby), Adrian Duncan (Stewart’s Melville FP), Ralph McAnally (Perthshire), Fraser McKenzie (Edinburgh Rugby, Dunfermline and Tayside & Fife Institute of Sport), Lewis Niven (Edinburgh Accies/Trinity), Neale Patrick (Dunfermline), Craig Simmonds (Dalziel), Joe Stafford (Glasgow, Hillhead-Jordanhill and West of Scotland Institute of Sport)**, Gary Strain (Dalziel), Alexandre Wukovits (Begles Bordeaux)

BACKS
Murray Allan (Stewart’s Melville FP), Ruairidh Bonner (Edinburgh Accies), Tom Bury (Edinburgh Accies), Harry Duthie (Harrogate), Ruairidh Jackson (Glasgow Warriors, Cartha Queens Park and West of Scotland Institute of Sport), Lee Jones (Selkirk), Chris Kinloch (Fettes/Edinburgh Accies), Stephen McColl (Dunfermline, Caledonia and Tayside & Fife Institute of Sport)**, James Murray (Edinburgh Accies), Matthew Roxburgh-Heeks (London Scottish), Ross Samson (Tynedale), Johnnie Smart (Dunfermline).

** = National Academy players