Sevens Uncovered - The Support Staff

Scotland 7s physio, Gemma Scott, is the longest serving physio on the HSBC Sevens World Series circuit. In the IRB's sevens latest video Gemma talks about working as a physio on tour.

Live Twitter chat with Scotland Sevens 7s

Want to know more about 7s rugby, the HSBC Sevens World Series, 7s in Hong Kong or the forthcoming Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s then log onto Twitter @Scotlandteam between 12 noon until 12.30pm (8pm – 8.30pm Hong Kong time) on Tuesday 20 March where Scotland 7s captain, Colin Gregor will be online ready to answer your questions on the topic.

Scotland 7s will play Fiji on Friday 23 March at 5.06pm (local time), Australia on Saturday 24 March at 10.36am (local time) and France on the Saturday at 3.44pm (local time) in the sixth leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series.

Scotland are hosting the penultimate leg of the circuit at The Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s, which will take place at Scotstoun Stadium for the first time on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 May.

Tickets for the tournament are on sale now from £15 per day. All concessions are at half the equivalent adult price.

Tickets will be sold for particular stands and designated days, with two-day ‘weekend’ tickets also available. Buy your tickets now.
 
For more information on the tournament and for the latest news on Scotland 7s visit www.glasgow7s.com and follow us on Twitter @Glasgow7s .

The Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s is part of the HSBC Sevens World Series.  The event, led by Scottish Rugby, is a partnership with Glasgow Life, Glasgow City Council, the Scottish Government and Event Scotland with the assistance of sportscotland and Glasgow City Marketing Bureau:

  • The HSBC Sevens World Series is a globally recognised event featuring 16 international teams and visiting cities across the world.
  • Glasgow joins Adelaide, Dubai, Port Elizabeth, Wellington, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and London in hosting the competition between 2012 and 2014.
  • Scotstoun Stadium will host 30,000 fans over two days of competition in the penultimate leg of the series.
  • Glasgow is the host city of the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and the IRB Series is a key part in creating a legacy for the games.

Scottish Rugby works in partnership with sportscotland, the national agency for sport. In 2011, sportscotland invested a total of £156,000 of National Lottery funding into Scottish Rugby’s 7s programme. sportscotland also supports Scottish Rugby 7s by providing high performance expertise through its institute network.