Loudon Proud

Scotland under-20 winger, Paul Loudon, has stepped in as captain for the 6 Nations tie against France today (Friday) in Chalon sur Saone after it was announced that Fraser Brown (Watsonians) has been forced to withdraw through injury.

Finlay Gillies (Heriot’s) has stepped as his replacement with Ryan McConnell (Peebles) coming on to the bench. Scotland 7s player of the year, Chris Fusaro (Heriots’), assumes the role of vice captain.

PLEASE NOTE THAT KICK-OFF IS NOW 6.45PM

 

Scotland under-20 winger, Paul Loudon, has stepped in as captain for the 6 Nations tie against France today (Friday) in Chalon sur Saone after it was announced that Fraser Brown (Watsonians) has been forced to withdraw through injury.

Finlay Gillies (Heriot’s) has stepped as his replacement with Ryan McConnell (Peebles) coming on to the bench. Scotland 7s player of the year, Chris Fusaro (Heriots’), assumes the role of vice captain.

Scotland under-20 squad (sponsor Martin Currie) to play France at Stade Leo Lagrande in Chalon sur Saone (Friday 13 February, kick-off 6.45pm local time)
 
15 Peter Horne* (West of Scotland)
 
14 Paul Loudon (Durham University and Edinburgh Academicals) CAPTAIN
13 Ashleah McCulloch+ (Aberdeen Grammar)
12 Robbie Johnston (Leeds University and Leeds Carnegie)
11 Grant Anderson* (Ayr)
10 Andrew White+ (Glasgow Hawks)
9 Henry Pyrgos (Loughborough University)
 
1 Gavin Cameron+ (Stirling County)
2 Finlay Gillies+ (Heriot’s)
3 David Morton (Bridgwater)
4 Nick Campbell+ (Glasgow Hawks)
5 Richie Gray (Glasgow Warriors)
6 Struan Dewar+ (Heriot’s)
8 Stuart McInally* (Watsonians)
7 Chris Fusaro* (Heriot’s) VICE CAPTAIN

Replacements: Douglas Orr+ (Haddington), James Taylor (Loughborough University and Dundee HSFP), Tom Drennan+ (Edinburgh Academicals), Peter Jericevich* (Glasgow Hawks), Robbie McGowan (Stirling County), Adam McKenzie (Northumbria University), Ryan McConnell (Peebles)

* = denotes National Academy
+ = denotes National Academy supported by Area Institute of Sport

• Admission is free to all Scotland’s age-grade, A, and Women’s 6 Nations home matches. No tickets or vouchers are required.
• The match will be televised live on French television’s FR4

Scotland under-20 6 Nations fixtures
Friday 13 February - France under-20 v Scotland under-20, Stade Leo Lagrande, Chalon sur Saone, (KO 7pm local time)
Friday 27 February - Scotland under-20 v Italy under-20, Dens Park, Dundee (KO 7.30pm)
Friday 13 March - Scotland under-20 v Ireland under-20, McDiarmid Park, Perth (KO 7.30pm)
Friday 20 March - England under-20 v Scotland under-20, Sixways Stadium, Worcester (KO 8pm)