Scotland Face A Fair Cop

The Scotland Women Development and Academy squad will be staking their claim for a place in the full national team against a formidable British Police side at Hughenden today (Friday 24 April, kick-off 4pm).

Four capped Scotland internationals feature in the squad who each played a part in this season’s 6 Nations campaign while the majority of the remaining squad played against France A and will be keen to make the step up.

Scotland Coach Jamie Dempsey will be looking out for big performers

The Scotland Women Development and Academy squad will be staking their claim for a place in the Scotland squad against a formidable British Police at Hughenden today (Friday 24 April, kick-off 4pm).

Four capped Scotland internationals feature in the squad who each played a part in this season’s 6 Nations campaign while the majority of the remaining squad featured against France A and will be keen to make the step up.

Scotland coach Jamie Dempsey said: “This is a massive opportunity for the players. There’s a lot of competition for places at the moment, particularly – despite the presence of capped internationals – from girls who didn’t feature in the 6 Nations.

“I'll definitely be looking at some key head to heads.

“The British Police game will be very competitive as they often have a few full and past internationals in the squad – they take it very seriously".

Scotland Women Development squad and Academy v British Police, Hughendan, Friday 24 April (kick-off 4pm)

15 Ciara Baxter

14 Katy Green
13 Annabel Sergeant
12 Stephanie Johnston
11 Anna Fleming

10 Emma Evans
9 Jenny Miller

1 Ellen Beattie
2 Nicky McLeod
3 Lindsay Smith
4 Natalya Macholla
5 Katie Barker
6 Joan Hutchison
8 Louise Gray
7 Sarah Quick
Substitutes
16 Rosalind Murphy
17 Michelle Ovens
18 Laura Hanson
19 Heather Law
20 Frankie Alcock
21 Julie Sanaghan
22 Claire Bain