Scotland news

A first-half brace from France inside-centre Mathieu Bastareaud ended Scotland’s hopes of starting the RBS 6 Nations with a win at Murrayfield today (9-18).
Scotland assistant coach, Gregor Townsend, today issued a rallying call to supporters to sell-out Murrayfield in a bid to honour the occasion of Chris Paterson's 99th cap.
Scotland captain Chris Cusiter tonight called on supporters to play their part in creating a daunting atmosphere when France visit Murrayfield for the opening match in the RBS 6 Nations Championshi
Scotland have made six changes in personnel from November’s Test against Argentina for their opening RBS 6 Nations Championship match against France at Murrayfield on Sunday.
Back-row forward Alasdair Strokosch will miss Scotland’s opening RBS 6 Nations Championship match against France at Murrayfield on Sunday due to injury.
The Scotland rugby team has been taking advantage of technology pioneered by club and community rugby sponsor, Scottish Hydro, and their partners at technology firm, Cyberhawk Innovations, to offer a
Murrayfield Stadium is to host a celebration of the life of the Voice of Rugby Bill McLaren.
Northampton Saints flanker Scott Gray has trained with the Scotland squad today as their preparations intensify for the 2010 RBS 6 Nations Championship, which gets underway against France at Murray
Hawick, the Borders, and some of the best rugby players ever to wear Scotland’s blue stood in tribute today, as The Voice of Rugby, Bill McLaren was laid to rest.
Scotland head coach, Andy Robinson has named uncapped Glasgow Warriors duo lock Richie Gray and stand-off Ruaridh Jackson in a 30-strong Scotland squad for the opening two matches against France and W