Scotland news

Scottish Rugby today confirmed that Saturday's match against Argentina, the third ranked country in the world, will be broadcast live online.
Head coach Rob Moffat has named his first Scotland 'A' team for their opening game of the 2008 Barclays Churchill Cup in North America.
Scotland have chosen three new caps in their team to face Argentina, the world's third ranked side, in Rosario on Saturday.
Some of Ottawa's finest rugby talents from both on and off the field were given a specialist lesson in defence last night when Scotland 'A' team assistant coach, Gary Mercer, shared his knowledge with
Glasgow Warriors full-back Bernie Stortoni will play for Argentina against Scotland in Saturday's opening Test in Rosario.
When Scotland last hosted Argentina at Murrayfield in a Test match three years ago, it was a landmark day for Jason White, on his first outing as Scotland captain.
Local Ontario youngster, Dan Hunter, ended a dream Prom weekend today when the 18-year-old trained with the Scotland 'A' team.
Head coach, Rob Moffat, has decided to continue the Scotland 'A' team's Barclay's Churchill Cup campaign with a squad of 27 players.
With the constant cacophony of aircraft departing as a backdrop, Scotland's touring squad to Argentina came through their first training session in Buenos Aires today without mishap.
Scotland's most capped player Scott Murray will not be joining this month's two Test national tour of Argentina.