Scotland Under-20 Broadcast Live

Scottish Rugby will, for the first time, broadcast an under-20 game live when plays host to a live stream of the fixture against England under-20 from Firhill this Friday (February 3, KO 7.30pm).
The match kicks off the under-20 RBS 6 Nations championship and entry to Firhill is free but for those who can’t make it to Glasgow on the night, they won’t miss out on the action.


Alongside match commentary and the expansive five-camera feed from the current home of Glasgow Warriors, there will be post-match interviews following the eagerly anticipated head-to-head.
Peter Wright, Scotland under-20 head coach said; “When the Auld Enemy head north it’s always a wee bit special and it will be great for the boys to get this kind of coverage for a real big-match atmosphere.  
“We are hoping for a good crowd at Firhill to roar on the team but it will be great that no-one will have to miss out on what should be a cracking match.”
Wright can call upon the experience of four players in his starting XV who have played at this level before: Harry Leonard, Alex Allan, Mitch Eadie and captain, Robin Hislop.

Another notable inclusion in the Scotland under-20 side will be Jonny Gray, younger brother of star second row, Richie.
Entry to the game at Firhill is FREE, as it is with ALL age-grade representative fixtures.

The Scotland under-20 team to play England under-20 on Friday 3 February at Firhill Stadium at 7.30pm is as follows:

15 Sam Hidalgo-Clyne (Scotland 7s / Heriot’s)
14 Jamie Farndale (Edinburgh Rugby / Edinburgh Accies)
13 Robbie Fergusson (Ayr)
12 Tomasso Allan (Western Province)
11 Michael Crawley (Boroughmuir)
10 Harry Leonard (Edinburgh Rugby)
9 Scott Steele (Leicester Tigers)

1 Robin Hislop (Edinburgh Rugby / Boroughmuir) (captain)
2 Fergus Scott (Currie)
3 Alex Allan (Loughborough Students)
4 Jonny Gray (Hamilton)
5 Adam Sinclair (Stirling County)
6 Mitch Eadie (Bristol Rugby)
7 Will Bordill (Sale Sharks)
8 Jamie Swanson (Boroughmuir)
16 George Turner (Edinburgh Rugby / Stewart’s Melville)
17 Jamie Bhatti (Stirling County)
18 Andrew Redmayne (Dundee HSFP)
19 Callum Reid (Edinburgh Accies)
20 Struan Cessford (Heriot’s)
21 Murray McConnell (Glasgow Warriors / Ayr)
22 Finn Russell (Falkirk)
23 Tom Steven (Glasgow Hawks)

Scotland under-20 RBS 6 Nations fixtures:

Friday 3 February 2012 Firhill Stadium - Scotland under-20 v England under-20, 7.30pm

Friday 10 February 2012 Parc Eirias – Wales under-20 v Scotland under-20, Time TBC

Friday 24 February 2012 
Netherdale - Scotland under-20 v France under-20, 7.30pm

Friday 9 March 2012
 Dubarry Park – Ireland under-20 v Scotland under-20, 7.05pm

Friday 16 March
 Calvisano – Italy under-20 v Scotland under-20, 6pm