Scotland U20 news

Scotland under-20 today embarked on their journey to the World Rugby Under-20 Championships – formerly the Junior World Championship –  which, this year, will take place in northern Italy.
Head coach, Sean Lineen, has selected his 28-man squad to travel to northern Italy for the World Rugby Under-20 Championship – formerly the IRB Junior World Championship – from Tuesday 2 to Saturda
Mark Laing (Robertson Scholarship Trust Chairman), award winners Callum Hunter-Hill and Ben Robbins, and Stephen Gemmell (Scottish Rugby's Head of Academy and Performance Programmes)
The 2015 recipients of the prestigious John Macphail Rugby Scholarship have been revealed today at BT Murrayfield.
Scotland under-20 capped a terrific Six Nations campaign with a 17-10 victory over Ireland under-20 to maintain their unbeaten record at Netherdale this year.
Scotland under-20 took some time out of their busy training schedule to chat and train with youngsters from Peebles High School, a Cashback for Communities School of Rugby.
While Scotland Women compete in the 6 Nations this weekend, the next generation of players, Scotland Women under-20, take on a Northumbria University team on Friday evening
Scotland under-20 will look to preserve their unbeaten record at home this year as they welcome Ireland to Netherdale, on Friday night (kick-off 7.30pm).
Scotland under-20 failed to make up the 26-6 half-time deficit to overcome Six Nations table-toppers England, despite a gritty second-half performance  in which they were the only team to record an
Scotland under-20 and Scotland Women take on their English counterparts later today (Friday 13 March) in an international double-header at the Northern Echo Arena in Darlington.
Head Coach Sean Lineen has made two changes to the Scotland under-20 side that defeated Italy (45-0), for this Friday's match against England at the Nothern Echo Arena (kick-off 5.30pm).