Scotland news

Scotland have made six changes, two of them positional, in their team for Saturday's second Test against Argentina in Buenos Aires.
Scotland 'A' team players, prop Stuart Corsar and winger Roland Reid, took time out from their preparations today (Tuesday) ahead of tomorrow's Barclays Churchill Cup clash against Argentina Pumas to
An update from Scotland captain, scrum-half Mike Blair, as the second week of the tour to Argentina progresses.
He may be a novice by international back-row terms but Alasdair Strokosch spoke with such fierce pride and determination today about the challenge facing Scotland in Saturday's second Test against Arg
So far during this Churchill Cup, a lot has happened. We've already posted a win over Canada, which is no mean feat given the length of time we've had to prepare and the average age of our squad.
Scotland 'A' team head coach, Rob Moffat, has made five changes to the starting XV that defeated Canada (26-10) in their first game of the 2008 Barclays Churchill Cup in North America on Saturday.
Argentina 21 Scotland 15 It would be hard to fault the effort that Scotland put in in Rosario tonight but in what has become a predictable pattern over these last 18 years against Argentina, it was
Scotland A 26, Canada 10 A Steve Jones hat-trick helped the Scotland 'A' team to a successful opening game of the 2008 Barclays Churchill Cup campaign last night.
Twenty four hours on from defeat in the first Test, Scotland's coaching team today reiterated their faith that a reversal of fortunes can be achieved for Saturday's concluding clash with Argentina in
Chris Paterson contributed 15 points with his boot and Scotland staged a spirited performance, but it was not enough to prevent Argentina from winning 21-15 in Rosario.Argentina 21 - 15 Scotland