Scottish Rugby news

Following a successful tour to Japan, the Schools of Rugby U16 squad can look back fondly on two challenging matches and an amazing experience of traditional and modern Japanese culture. 
Scottish Rugby’s Schools of Rugby U16 squad travelled to Japan this Monday (6 August), after weeks of preparation, to play two matches against Nagasaki and experience Japanese culture.
Scottish Rugby is to review its Governance structure to future proof the organisation in the years ahead it was announced at its Annual General Meeting today.
Dee Bradbury is appointed President of Scottish Rugby
Dee Bradbury, representing Oban Lorne RFC, today became the first female president of a Tier 1 rugby nation.
Tickets are now on sale for the 2018 Royal Bank of Scotland Scottish Varsity Matches on 22nd September at BT Murrayfield.
Scottish Rugby today announced the U16 touring squad which will travel to Japan this August to play two games against Nagasaki (Friday 10 and Sunday 12 August).
A bright future for rugby in Scotland
More boys and girls are playing regular, competitive rugby across Scotland, according to new figures announced by Scottish Rugby in its 2017/18 Annual Report. 
Head Coach Gregor Townsend has extended his contract with the Scotland national team until 2021, together with extensions for his coaching staff of Matt Taylor and Mike Blair, Scottish Rugby announ
Scottish Rugby today confirmed the country’s leading young players to be recruited, retained and promoted into the top, full-time tier of the Fosroc Scottish Rugby Academy.
Edinburgh completed a double over their Glasgow & The West counterparts and Caledonia and The Borders & East Lothian shared the spoils in their two matches at yesterday’s (Sunday 29 July) G