Clubs and Schools news

Edinburgh Accies v Currie
When Currie and Edinburgh Accies go head-to-head at Malleny Park tomorrow they will kick-off the first RBS Premiership, capital derby of the new season.
Hawick with chance to win Bill McLaren Shield
This weekend in the RBS Premiership, Hawick will have their first chance to reclaim the Bill McLaren Shield, since the prestigious trophy was first contested in September 2011, w
Bishopton PCS
One of Scottish Rugby’s first Positive Coaching Scotland (PCS) accredited clubs has been making a proactive attempt to bring in fresh talent to their youth section by delivering
Brewin Dolphin launch
With the introduction of a new Shield tier, a record number of entries and four state schools competing in the Cups across the two age-groups, the Brewin Dolphin Scottish S
Ayr win opening match of 2013/14 season
Ayr started their defence of the RBS Premiership with a bonus point win at Bridgehaugh today against Stirling County.
Scotland’s age-old academic rivals, the Universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh, will meet in London next month as they prepare to collide once more in the annual Scottish Varsi
RBS Premiership
Scotland’s top ten rugby teams will begin their 2013/14 RBS Premiership campaign at 3pm tomorrow throughout the country.
Duns enjoy new pitches
A rugby club in the Borders have completed phase one of a major facilities overhaul that will see their grounds and clubhouse move to an all-encompassing venue.
RBS National League
Representatives from the men’s and women’s RBS Premierships and the RBS National League, RBS Championship A and RBS Championship B gathered at Murrayfield today to kick-off anoth
Scottish Rugby continues to embed itself within local communities as another club has been named as part of Sportscotland’s Positive Coaching Scotland p