Scottish Rugby news

The home of Stirling County, Bridgehaugh, will host the Brewin Dolphin Girls’ Cup finals day this Sunday (30 March).
On Saturday 29 March, The Edinburgh Academical Football Club will rekindle a rugby tradition not seen since 1884.
Marr and Jed-Forest will feature in the RBS National League next year after winning Championship A and B respectively, this weekend.
Murrayfield Wanderers Women will face Melrose at Broadwood Stadium in the final of the Sarah Beaney Cup on Saturday 19 April.
The date and venue for the RBS Premiership play-off has been confirmed, it was announced today.
A comfortable 26-10 home victory for Melrose over Currie, was enough to secure the Greenyards side the RBS Premiership trophy for 2013/14, in light of Gala’s loss to Ayr (34-33).
Youngsters from seven Fife and Dundee schools descended on Murrayfield tonight for a small-sided tournament, prior to the RaboDirect PRO12 game between Edinburgh and Ulster.
There will be Scottish interest directed towards Montevideo, Uruguay,  this Saturday (22 March) as the host nation welcome USA in the first of a two-tie World Cup 2015 qual
The second round of the under-17 regional development programme would see Edinburgh and Glasgow triumph over Caledonia and The Borders respectively.
Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg has received a three week playing ban after his sending off in the first-half against Wales at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday 15 March.