Scotland Women news

It was a day of planes, training and campus meals as Scotland Women headed off to participate in the 2010 Rugby World Cup in Surrey yesterday.
With less than three days to go before Scotland take on Canada, in the first fixture of the Women's Rugby World Cup 2010, captain Lynne Reid and head coach Gary Parker broke from their training sch
The Scotland Women's squad is gearing up to head off to the Women's Rugby World Cup which kicks off in Surrey next week.
With just ten days to go before Scotland Women set off to the Rugby World Cup, the squad welcomed a visitor to training who will also be representing Scotland on the world stage at the same time.
With only two weeks to go before Scotland Women head south to participate in the Rugby World Cup, the build-up continues and training intensifies.
Scotland internationals Celia Hawthorn and Simon Webster got on their bikes at the weekend to help Moffat RFC raise some £3,000 in sponsorship that will be used to fund improved training facilities
The Girl Guides embraced the Scottish outdoors to participate in a skills and activity session led by Scotland Women's internationalists at the Guide's Centenary Camp in the Borders.
Scotland 20-15 Ireland Scotland Women warmed up for the 2010 World Cup with gutsy 20-15 win over Ireland at Lasswade today.
Scotland's preparations for the 2010 Women's World Cup in England ramp up on Sunday (18 July) as they take on Ireland in an uncapped international at Lasswade (kick-off 1pm, admission is free).
A squad of 26 has been announced to participate in this year's Women's Rugby World Cup, to be held during August and September in Surrey.