Scottish Rugby news

Rugby and Forces heroes have appealed for teams to come forward to compete alongside them at the Poppyscotland Hearts & Heroes Challenge, on 16 May 2009.
A club increasingly synonymous with the development of young rugby talent have been recognised with the Scottish Hydro Electric Club of the Month award for December.
Both the Scotland Women and Scotland Women National Development squads have been named for the ground-breaking double-header against France and France A at Arras, France on Sunday.
Last season’s beaten finalists, George Watson’s College, have drawn city rivals, Fettes College, in the semi-final of the Bell Lawrie under-18 Scottish Schools Cup.
Switched from Meggetland to Lasswade's ground at Hawthornden, due to an unplayable pitch at the former, Scotland kicked off their opening Six Nations fixture against Wales on Sunday (8 February).
Following a pitch inspection at Lasswade RFC at 9am this morning (Sunday 8 February), kick-off time for today's Six Nations' fixture between Scotland Women and Wales Women will be put back to 2pm.
Following a pitch inspection at Meggetland, Edinburgh at 9am this morning, the Six Nations' fixture between Scotland Women and Wales Women will change venue.
This week's wintry weather looks certain to cause problems for the weekend's club rugby fixtures.As of 11.30am today here's the latest news from clubs across the country.
A Jed-Forest forward has been banned for 20 weeks by Scottish Rugby’s Discipline Panel after he struck an opponent following the final whistle in a match last month.
The Exiles U18 faced their counterparts from Glasgow at Whitecraigs, in what can only be describe