Scottish Rugby news

27/11/08
Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of Jake Borthwick, one of the last surviving members of the 1938 Scotland Triple Crown winning squad. He was 96.
26/11/08
Scottish Rugby today acknowledged that the game's worldwide governing body, the International Rugby Board, has approved a new regulation in respect of player release.
25/11/08
Melrose rugby club and rugby sevens pioneer, Ned Haig, have been inducted into the International Rugby Board's Hall of Fame.  
24/11/08
Scott MacLeod, the Scotland and Scarlets forward, has had the doping charge against him discontinued and his provisional suspension for a potential anti-doping violation lifted, after a thorough inves
20/11/08
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill hailed the resounding success of Scottish Rugby's youth activities part-funded by the Scottish Government's CashBack for Communities scheme.
18/11/08
Scottish Rugby today announces a new sponsorship deal as Gatorade becomes the official sports drink to Scottish Rugby and the Scotland team.
18/11/08
The initial Scotland U20 Training squad has recently been named, with a fantastic 9 Exiles being involved in the 32 man group.
18/11/08
The Exiles programme has been growing in playing numbers during the last couple of years, but also in terms of volunteers.
18/11/08
The Scotland U19 coaches and team manager were impressed with the physicality and skills of the Exiles U19 squad at a recent camp at West Park Bramhope RFC in Leeds.
14/11/08
The third National Development League fixture was held at Stirling County RFC on Sunday the 9th November.

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