Scotland Women news

Head Coach Shade Munro has made four changes to the side that overcame Wales for this Saturday’s match against England (11 March, kick-off 1pm).
Scotland Women proved their mettle with a remarkable comeback against Wales to break a seven-year Six Nations hoodoo to kick-off a massive weekend for Scottish rugby.
Scotland Women are raring to take on Wales tonight with a focus on putting in a solid performance at Broadwood Stadium.
Rhona Lloyd
Scotland Women are focused on lifting their game when they welcome Wales to Broadwood Stadium for the third round of the Women’s Six Nations. 
Scotland Women Head Coach Shade Munro has made one change to the starting XV for this Friday’s match against Wales (17 February, kick-off 6.20pm) – live on Scottish Rugby TV. 
Scotland Women prop Tracy Balmer is one of the most experienced players in the current squad.
Scotland Women Head Coach Shade Munro has made one change for this weekend’s match against France on Saturday 11 February (kick-off 9pm local / 8pm GMT) – live on Scottish Rugby TV. 
Scotland Women Head Coach Shade Munro has praised his team’s performance against Ireland, who claimed a victory at Broadwood Stadium with a last gasp try in the Six Nations opener on Friday. 
Scotland Women number 8 Jade konkel is back in the squad and fighting fit after seven months on the sidelines recovering from a shoulder injury. 
After two strong showings off the bench last autumn, Rachel Malcolm is excited about starting for Scotland Women in their Six Nations opener against Ireland on Friday night.