Scottish Rugby news

Orkney rugby had cause for celebration today as they partnered Scottish Rugby and the Orkney Islands Council to appoint the first Island-based jointly-funded development officer (DO) in Scotland.
At a windswept Murrayfield, Gael Force blew into action and defeated Oxford University 27-21 in a warm-up match and head coach Stephen Gemmell believes the result gives the new-look team a sound st
Some of the oldest and boldest of Scotland's club rugby stalwarts are packing up their zimmers in the old kit bag and heading for North Berwick for a tournament to remember.
Gael Force head coach, Stephen Gemmell, today announced the squad to play Oxford University on the Murrayfield back pitches tomorrow (Wednesday 23 September, kick-off 3pm).
The first fixture of the Scottish Hydro League season to be broadcast live on BBC Radio Scotland (810MW) will kick off this Friday.
Scotland and Edinburgh Rugby players Jim Hamilton and Tim Visser hailed the development of school rugby in Edinburgh at the launch of the new Edinburgh and Midlothian Regional School Leagues at Cur
Scottish Rugby today announced the name of its team that will be drawn from its National Academy and two professional teams to compete in the new British & Irish Cup.
Scottish Rugby’s Head of Community Rugby, Colin Thomson, spoke confidently about the increased participation in the sport at the launch of this season’s National Youth Cup at Murrayfield Stadium to
The Scottish Cougars made it two wins from two in the fiercely contested Regional Series encounter at Murrayfield today (Sunday 13 September).
Dundee High Rugby got their Scottish Hydro Premier One league campaign up and running today with well-worked 5-47 win over Stewart’s-Melville at Inverleith.