Glasgow 7s news

Andrew Turnbull scores 150 tries for Scotland 7s
04/05/14
Scotland 7s had their best finish in an HSBC Sevens World Series event for five years today.
Scotland 7s match day live - Glasgow 7s
04/05/14
Scotland 7s ended the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s in fourth place, their best finish since the 2009 London 7s, where they got to the Cup semi-finals, a third place play-off
James Eddie v USA in Glasgow
03/05/14
Scotland 7s topped their pool and progressed to the Cup quarter-finals today at the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s, the first time they have done so since 2010 when they won the Pla
Scotland 7s match day live - Glasgow 7s
03/05/14
Scotland 7s concluded day one in the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s with a 33-12 win over Spain.  They topped pool D and now play South Africa at 12.42pm tomorrow.
Lee Jones and Andrew Turnbull are joined by Emirates Airline crew
02/05/14
Scotland 7s completed their preparations for the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s tomorrow (3 May) with a captain’s run at Scotstoun Stadium today.
Glasgow Gaelic School welcome New Zealand 7s
30/04/14
New Zealand 7s were welcomed to Glasgow's sole Gaelic speaking school near Charing Cross today.
Glasgow University's Blair Couper (back middle left) Ben Docherty (back middle right) Andrew Warnock (back right), Guy Fairburn (front left) and Mark Jackson (front middle left).
30/04/14
Glasgow University and Edinburgh University sevens teams have both confirmed their 12-man squads for this Sunday’s (4 May) showcase match at the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s (kick
29/04/14
It has been confirmed today that a park and walk offering will be available at this weekend’s Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s (3-4 May).
Richie Vernon and Nick De Luca selected for Glasgow 7s
28/04/14
Scotland 7s head coach, Stephen Gemmell, has brought in two seasoned Scotland internationals to his 12-man squad for the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s this weekend (3-4 May).
Glasgow 7s guard of honour
24/04/14
Scotland 7s’ guard of honour at the forthcoming Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s (3-4 May) will represent the nationwide interest of the abbreviated game, with two schools from opposi

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