Scotland Women news

With the return from injury of back row Susie Brown, there's been some movement in the pack as Scotland Women look forward to taking on France at Stirling County RFC this Saturday (kick-off
Improved but could do much better was the order of the day at Cross Keys this afternoon as Scotland Women were defeated 20-0 by Wales in their second 2012 RBS 6 Nations outing.
Scotland Women will line up against their Welsh counterparts tomorrow with a renewed vigour and determination to improve on last Sunday's performance against England.
As Scotland Women get ready for kick-off in their second fixture of this season's RBS 6 Nations, squad captain Susie Brown looks ahead to the game and reflects on the opening game last weekend.
Head coach Karen Findlay has made some minor changes to the team who will take on their Welsh counterparts at Cross Keys RFC in Wales on Sunday (kick-off 1pm).
Scotland Women showed marked improvement at Lasswade this evening, posting their best result against England Women since 2008.Though losing 47-0 to a highly experienced England side, fresh from a d
All women's events are ON today at Lasswade. A regional training session precedes the main event, Scotland Women v England Women, kick-off 5pm.
CAPTAIN'S BLOG: LET THE GAMES BEGIN!  Scotland Women take on England Women today at Lasswade RFC, kick-off 5pm.
Due to adverse weather conditions last Saturday, there will be a rescheduled OPEN regional training day for all players including development and performance on Sunday 5 February at Lasswade, prior
Head coach Karen Findlay has opted for a blend of youth and experience in the team selected to take on England at Lasswade on Sunday 5 February (kick-off 5pm, free entry).