Seaside, history and home

The Rugby World Cup trophy tour has continued to sizzle on its second day in scorching Scotland.
 
The day started in North Berwick where the trophy was joined by Scotland Head Coach Vern Cotter, 7s internationalist Chris Dean and around 200 youngsters from throughout East Lothian who participated in a 7s competition before getting their photos with the Cup.
 
The trophy then paused for a photo at the cradle of international rugby, Raeburn Place, where the first international was staged in 1871 (Scotland defeating England for good measure!) alongside Scotland cap Dave Denton before heading to the home of Scottish Rugby, BT Murrayfield.
 
Here, Edinburgh and Scotland players Grant Gilchrist and Matt Scott  and Scotland 7s cap Scott Riddell were on hand to assist with a junior touch festival with the international pitch being opened up to allow anyone to run through the tunnel, score a try and/or take a kick at goal.
 
Tomorrow, the Cup will start in the Fife town of Cupar before going up to BT Scottish Club of the Season Orkney RFC via Aberdeen Airport.

You can see more of today's fun here