Scottish Rugby news

Top young rugby talent from the far reaches of the Scottish lowlands are preparing for the National Midi Finals at Murrayfield on Sunday (29 March, kick-off 12 noon) – admission is free.
A local rugby club, heralded as a blueprint for rugby development, has been named as the Scottish Hydro Electric Club of the Month for February and will receive the £1000 prize.
You are invited to a massive festival which encapsulates the growth in the game at all ages.
A clash of styles marked the game most of all as Scotland Women were beaten heavily by England Women at the London Welsh club, in Richmond on Saturday.
Watch the highlights of the under-15 and under-18 Bell Lawrie Schools Cup final.
Please readon on for the change of kick-off times for Scottish Hydro Electric Premiership and National Leagues for 21 March 2009.
Scotland Women’s head coach, Jamie Dempsey, has made just one change to the team to face England on Saturday at Old Deer Park (21 March, kick-off 1.30pm).
Edinburgh Academy 29 George Watson’s College 21
Fettes College edged out Stewart’s Melville College 28-39 in a dramatic nine-try under-18 Bell Lawrie Scottish School’s Cup Final tonight in front of a vociferous 5152 crowd on the
Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of our oldest internationalist, Mac Henderson, who passed away at the weekend, aged 101.