Clubs and Schools news

A Scot, with more than 25 years' experience in sports administration, has been appointed to the new Scottish Rugby role of Director of Domestic Rugby.
A player from the Melrose Women’s team has won the BT Try of the Month award for October.
Louie Tang scores for Merchiston Castle School
Defending champions, George Watson’s College, will meet Merchiston Castle School in the final of the under-18 Brewin Dolphin Scottish Schools Cup final at BT Murrayfield on Thurs
Graham Wilson for Heriot's
Players from the BT Premiership and BT National 1 have been named in the Barbarians squad to play the Combined Services XV tomorrow night at The Recreation Ground in Bath (Tuesda
Currie are the latest club to benefit from sportscotland funding , backed by Scottish Rugby, having opened their new junior pitch at Malleny Park.
Scottish Rugby's Ian Rankin (President) and Nick Rennie (Head of Club Services) are joined by players from Linlithgow RFC and Steven Anderson (sportscotland) launching the Club Sustainability Fund
Scottish Rugby Union President, Ian Rankin, today confirmed that Scottish Rugby will roll out a new £1.6 million facilities fund over the next four years.
Tomorrow (Saturday 1 Noevember)  marks the  start of return ties in the BT Premiership, with Edinburgh side Heriot’s topping the table at the half-way mark. 
The under-18 Brewin Dolphin Scottish Schools Cup semi-finals will be played on the back-pitches of BT Murrayfield, as a curtain raiser for Scotland's viagogo Auumn Test match aga
Caledonia and Edinburgh both recorded their second wins in the last round of fixtures, on the back-pitches of BT Murrayfield, in the under-16 inter-district fixtures.
The hardy support who turned out last night (Tuesday 28 October) to brave the cold on the back pitches at BT Murrayfield were rewarded by four eager sides contesting two BT Sport