Scotland Women news

Crossing the Irish Sea for their final fixture in this year's Championship, and currently in third place in the Six Nations table, Scotland Women have made some changes to their back row as they ta
Scotland Women put up a brave battle against the Auld Enemy for the fourth match in the 2010 Six Nations as defending champions, England Women, beat the home side, 51-0.
Having registered a win, a defeat and a draw in the championship to date, Scotland Women take on England Women (13 March, kick-off 1.30pm) in the fourth match of the campaign.
Scotland Women A 48 – 0 British Police Sat 27 February 2010
Scotland's Women came back from a lacklustre first-half performance this afternoon (28 February) to draw 6-all with their Italian opponents in Colleferro in their third game of this 6 Nations, and
Due to adverse weather conditions, both Scotland Women A v British Police and Scotland Women Academy v English Colleges fixtures planned for tomorrow (Saturday 27 February) have changed venues.
With one win from two in the 6 Nations to date, Scotland Women travel to Colleferro to face Italy Women (28 February, Colleferro nr Rome, kick-off 1.30pm GMT / 2.30pm local) in the third match of t
Wales Women crossed the whitewash on four occasions to beat Scotland Women 28-12 in the second round of the 6 Nations at Bridgend.
Mhairi Hay will become the first ever Scottish woman referee to officiate a full international rugby match when England Women face Italy in Noceto. 
After their sensational victory over France Women at Lasswade on Saturday, Scotland Women travel south to take on their Welsh counterparts this Sunday (14 February, Bridgend RFC, ki