Scottish Rugby news

An extended Scotland Women squad gathered at BT Murrayfield at the weekend for their second camp of the season under recently-appointed head coach, Shade Munro, and
World Rugby has acknowledged the contribution of three iconic figures Scotland after announcing the latest inductees to the World Rugby Hall of Fame.
Scottish Rugby has appointed 14 new coaches to deliver a revamped age-grade programme for the country’s best young players. 
Scottish Rugby has strengthened its senior management team with the appointments of Dominic McKay to Chief Operating Officer and Robert Howat to the Board.
Scottish Rugby is delighted to today confirm Edinburgh will host the 2016 Guinness PRO12 Final on Saturday 28 May 2016. The final will be played at BT Murrayfield, the home of Scottish Rugby.
GUINNESS PRO12 Champions
Glasgow Warriors are pleased to announce that the 2014/15 GUINNESS PRO12 title success is to be commemorated in the publication of a new book and it is available for pre-order now. 
Fresh from their unbeaten performance on the world stage, Scotland’s mixed ability rugby teams are looking forward to increasing their profile in the forthcoming season.
The Clan, Scotland’s representatives in the Mixed Ability Rugby World Tournament in Bradford, ended their first day of action unbeaten.
The Clan, Scotland’s representatives in the Mixed Ability World Rugby Tournament, drew 14-all against their Irish opponents Sunday’s Well Rebels in their opening match in Bradford this afternoon.