Clubs and Schools news

Howe of Fife collected the last BT monthly club award of the season, scooping the accolade for April.
A long serving member of Peebles Rugby Club has received a British Empire Medal for his service to rugby in the Borders town.
Wigtownshire win Charity Challenge match
Wigtownshire rugby club’s senior men’s team played their last game of the 2014/15 season on Friday night (22 May) against Edwardian FC from Solihull near Birmingham.
Scottish Rugby has today announced its official support to Scotland’s only unified rugby team, Trust Rugby International (TRI). 
Lee Anne Steel of Livingston has been  voted as April’s BT Volunteer of the Month, for her continuous efforts to develop the youth section at the West Lothian club.
The BT Try of the Month award for April is presented to Jason Hill of Heriot’s, who crossed the line in a dramatic fashion to secure his side the BT Premiership title for the 2014/15 season.
Varsity match is coming home
The “world’s oldest varsity match” is coming home.
BT Murrayfield played host to over 130 coaches from the domestic game at the annual National Coaches’ Conference, which was led by some of Scotland’s top coaches from the professional ranks.
Ben Cairns coaching Currie
Talented Scottish coaches are being handed valuable opportunities to develop their expertise overseas.