Scotland news

Vice captain Rory Lawson has tonight welcomed the official confirmation from the game’s worldwide governing body, the IRB, that Scotland have jumped two places in the world rankings.
Scotland captain Alastair Kellock is not given to hyperbole.  He’s more one for your cool-headed analysis, even in the immediate aftermath of Scotland’s historic 2-0 series victory against Argentin
Scotland head coach Andy Robinson tonight saluted his players after they had delivered a 13-9 victory in stormy Mar del Plata.  The result ensured that in 50 years of touring Scotland posted their
History was made in the seaside resort of Mar Del Plata tonight as Scotland won their first cap Test series ever.  They completed their 2-0 margin over the Pumas with a brave and resourceful perfor
Head coach Andy Robinson is urging his Scotland players to focus on delivering a winning performance against Argentina in Mar del Plata on Saturday (kick-off 7.45pm BST - live on BBC2 Scotland).
Kyle Traynor, the 24-year-old Edinburgh prop, has today rejoined the Scotland 'A' squad at the IRB Nations Cup in Romania.
Edinburgh hooker Ross Ford is set to equal a record of which he’s specially proud when he takes on Argentina with Scotland in the second Test of the national team’s South American tour in Mar del P
Scotland have made one change and two further positional switches from the team that started the victory over Argentina last weekend for the second and final Test of the series in Mar del Plata thi
Scrum-half Chris Cusiter has been ruled out of Saturday’s second Test match against Argentina in Mar del Plata through the persistent knee injury he sustained on Magners League duty last month.
Glasgow's favourite Argentine, Warriors full-back Bernardo Stortoni, today warned his club-mates on international duty in his homeland to beware a backlash after Scotland humbled the Pumas in the f