Clubs and Schools news

The date and venue for the RBS Premiership play-off has been confirmed, it was announced today.
2013/14 Champions - Melrose
The RBS Premiership was decided in the very last second of the 2013/14 campaign and it was Greenyards side Melrose who won the trophy.
A comfortable 26-10 home victory for Melrose over Currie, was enough to secure the Greenyards side the RBS Premiership trophy for 2013/14, in light of Gala’s loss to Ayr (34-33).
Youngsters from seven Fife and Dundee schools descended on Murrayfield tonight for a small-sided tournament, prior to the RaboDirect PRO12 game between Edinburgh and Ulster.
All eyes will be on the Borders come Saturday as one of two teams, only four miles apart, will win this year’s RBS Premiership.
School of Rugby session at Grange Academy
Scottish Rugby’s CashBack for Communities Schools of Rugby programme, which was launched in 2011, has seen its first pupil selected for a Scotland age-grade team.
London Scottish has secured the services of Jamie Stevenson - one of Scotland’s most promising young scrum-halves – on a new two-year deal.
Howe of Fife win February RBS Club of the Month
A club in Fife have won the top monthly club accolade for the fourth time, after picking up the RBS Club of the Month award for February.
Stewart Shotts wins RBS Volunteer for February
The RBS Volunteer of the Month award for February, goes to Stewart Shotts, who is the medical volunteer for Kirkcaldy women’s team.  
Melrose and Gala race for the RBS Premiership title
On Saturday (22 March), the RBS Premiership will come to an exciting conclusion with one of two Border teams set to capture the silverware.