Scottish Rugby news

Gael Forced completed their preparation for the inaugural British and Irish Cup with a 19-20 win over English Championship side Doncaster Knights at Castle Park tonight (Monday 2 November).
Scottish Rugby today announced the appointment of Gary Parker as the new Scotland Women’s head coach.
Bank of Scotland Corporate has confirmed that it will not be seeking to renew its current sponsorship of the Autumn Tests, following the end of this year’s series.
Gay rugby players and teams from across Europe descended on Edinburgh today for the Caledonian Thebans’ amateur training and tournament weekend.
Currie, Dalziel and Greenock Wanderers are the three remaining unbeaten clubs in the top-six leagues targetting a perfect ten against Glasgow Hawks, Annan and Cathness on fright night.
Back-row forwards Lynton Brinck (Boroughmuir) and George Oommen (Glasgow Hawks) have been asked by Scottish Rugby to appear at an independent disciplinary hearing in Edinburgh on Monday 9 November
Scottish Rugby honoured 26 of its community coach apprentices at a graduation ceremony led by Edinburgh Rugby flanker Alan MacDonald at Murrayfield Stadium last night (Wednesday 29 October).
Dundee High welcomed former Scotland and club captain, Jon Petrie back to Mayfield last night (Tuesday 27 October) ahead of Saturday’s feast of rugby at the ground this Saturday.
Scotland’s top school sides join the Brewin Dolphin Scottish Schools Cup today.
In an effort to profile some of the excellent work that has taken place over the past year, Scottish Rugby have nominated seven people for the 2009 Sports Coach UK Coaching Awards.