Scotland U18 news

Scotland ended their 5 Nations Festival campaign with a 23-13 loss to Wales in Noceto, Italy.
Four changes have been made to the Scotland under-18 team to face Wales at Noceto, Italy tomorrow (Saturday 18 April, kick-off 4pm local time, 3pm BST).
Scotland suffered yet another heavy defeat at the hands of England's under-18 side in the 5 Nations Festival in Viadana, Italy with the Auld enemy running in 11 tries unanswered to win the game con
Scotland under-18 open their 5 Nations Festival against familiar opponents England in Viadana, Italy tomorrow (Wednesday 15 April, kick-off 7.30pm local time, 6.30pm BST).
Scotland under-18 held up well against a powerful and physical Viadana under-20 Academy side that boasted nine Italian under-20 internationals - four in the pack.
Scotland under-18 will play Viadana under-20 tomorrow (Saturday kick-off 2pm local time, 1pm BST) in preparation for the 5 Nations festival in Italy next week.
Scotland under-18 were put to the sword by a formidable and clinical Leicester Tigers' under-19 Academy side.
Scotland under-18 head coach, Grant McKelvey, has challenged his players to take control of their personal development ahead of their final preparation fixture for this season’s 5 Nations festival.
Scotland under-18 head coach Grant McKelvey praised his team’s application and professionalism after watching them run in nine tries against Boys Club of Wales at Bridgehaugh in a 57-3 win.
Scotland under-18 suffered their biggest loss in history at Newcastle on Saturday to a physically dominant and skilful England side.