Scottish Rugby news

RDVC travelled to Double Hedges for the second time this season, this time for a home game.
Murrayfield Stadium is to host a tribute night to Bill McLaren, The Voice of Rugby, who died in January.
December's Scottish Hydro club of the month winners Greenock Wanderers became the first club from Scotland's national competitions to guarantee promotion this season when they beat second-placed Gl
The Scottish rugby club that invented the game of Sevens is to adopt a one-off Army-style camouflage playing jersey in support of British Forces serving overseas.
Some of the top youngsters from around Scotland are preparing for the National under-15 and under-16 Youth Cup Final at Murrayfield on Sunday 21 February 2010 - admission is free.
Ayr 49-14 Birmingham and Solihull Bees
Edinburgh Rugby’s Scott Newlands and Fraser McKenzie were on hand to help draw the round two of the Scottish Hydro Premier Cup and National Shield, and round three of the Regional Bowl.
Wales Women crossed the whitewash on four occasions to beat Scotland Women 28-12 in the second round of the 6 Nations at Bridgend.
Just four days after Scotland’s current crop of internationalists took to the Murrayfield turf, some of tomorrow’s talent followed in their bootsteps in the Brewin Dolphin Scottish Schools under-15
Ayr go into their third round match of the British and Irish Cup having won the only two matches they have played so far in 2010 but more significantly,  they have a win in the B & I Cup under