Scottish Rugby news

Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of Jake Borthwick, one of the last surviving members of the 1938 Scotland Triple Crown winning squad. He was 96.
Scottish Rugby today acknowledged that the game's worldwide governing body, the International Rugby Board, has approved a new regulation in respect of player release.
Melrose rugby club and rugby sevens pioneer, Ned Haig, have been inducted into the International Rugby Board's Hall of Fame.  
Scott MacLeod, the Scotland and Scarlets forward, has had the doping charge against him discontinued and his provisional suspension for a potential anti-doping violation lifted, after a thorough inves
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill hailed the resounding success of Scottish Rugby's youth activities part-funded by the Scottish Government's CashBack for Communities scheme.
Scottish Rugby today announces a new sponsorship deal as Gatorade becomes the official sports drink to Scottish Rugby and the Scotland team.
The initial Scotland U20 Training squad has recently been named, with a fantastic 9 Exiles being involved in the 32 man group.
The Exiles programme has been growing in playing numbers during the last couple of years, but also in terms of volunteers.
The Scotland U19 coaches and team manager were impressed with the physicality and skills of the Exiles U19 squad at a recent camp at West Park Bramhope RFC in Leeds.
The third National Development League fixture was held at Stirling County RFC on Sunday the 9th November.