Scottish Rugby news

The Scottish Rugby Board has approved changes to the scrum laws for the club game in Scotland this forthcoming season.
Scotland’s top talent aged between 14 and 17 are striding towards age-grade selection at the Struan performance rugby camp this week.
Scottish Rugby today announced the latest list of Scotland’s stars of tomorrow – the 2009 / 2010 inductees to the National Academy. 
Some of Scotland’s leading coaches will be on hand to pass on knowledge to those steering club rugby throughout the country at a series of updates that begins next month.
Scottish Rugby’s new and exclusive commission-based ticket initiative will allow rugby clubs across the country to reap the financial rewards of supporting high-profile matches at Murrayfield.
Scottish Rugby Chairman Allan Munro joined First Minister Alex Salmond and Minister for Public Health and Sport, Shona Robison, in backing Scottish Rugby’s development of the game during a visit to
The sons of former Scotland and British Lions internationalists, Craig Chalmers and Peter Dods, will take their first steps to following their father’s footsteps when they attend the Struan perform
Scottish Rugby would like to inform all coaches and teachers of changes to the Coaching Qualification structure as of September 1st 2009.
Scottish Rugby has announced the Scottish Hydro Cup fixtures for the 2009 / 2010 season.
The latest open entry Scotland Women's Performance Programme trial will be held on the Sunday 30 August and are open to all female players eligible to play for Scotland who are aged 17 or over on 1