Scottish Rugby news

Borders rugby development officers (DOs) spent nine hours at ten Borders clubs in a bid to help kick cancer into touch.
The Scottish Rugby Union AGM will take place at Murrayfield Stadium at 11am on Saturday 27 June 2009.
Scottish Rugby announced today (22 June) that it will be seeking to appoint a Director of Performance Rugby to assist with the strategic development of the performance game in Scotland.
Well over a hundred thousand youngsters are giving rugby a try thanks to the hard work of the Scottish Rugby, the rugby community and a funding boost from the Scottish Government.
Scottish Rugby has entered into a ground-breaking partnership with some of Edinburgh’s top hotels for next year’s RBS 6 Nations Championship matches at Murrayfield, ensuring additional revenues fro
Buckhaven High School, together with Fife Rugby Development, Adam Smith College and Active Schools kicked started a 4-week block of rugby in the Levenmouth area to give the youngsters the opportunity
More than 50,000 fans were rocked to the core by iconic rock band Oasis tonight (Wednesday 17 June) at Murrayfield Stadium in front of a 55,000 crowd.
Murrayfield Stadium, the home of Scottish Rugby, has been transformed to welcome back iconic rock band Oasis to Edinburgh on Wednesday (17 June).
Jim Greenwood (Berwick) has been elected to the Scottish Rugby Council as one of the two representatives of clubs in the Scottish Hydro Electric National Leagues, joining Archie Ferguson (Dalziel).
Women’s rugby backed a fully-integrated game in Scotland when they voted unanimously in favour of amalgamating the Scottish Rugby Union and the SWRU.