Scottish Rugby news

Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of Campbell Bone who gave a lifetime of service to rugby in Ayrshire. He was 83. Former Scotland winger David Shedden led the tributes.
Iconic rock band Oasis are to play Murrayfield Stadium next year as part of their biggest ever tour of open-air venues in the British Isles.
The final of the 2009 Heineken Cup Final will take place on Saturday 23 May at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh. Confirmation of the date was announced by ERC this afternoon.
Scotland hooker Ross Ford today performed the official opening ceremony for Spire Healthcare's new £1.6 million operating theatre at Murrayfield Hospital in Edinburgh.
Scottish club rugby is returning to TV screens in a move which Scottish Rugby hopes will herald regular broadcast exposure for the sport at a number of levels.
The back pitches at the home of Scottish Rugby are being transformed in a £2 million project that is linked to flood defences and the development of Edinburgh's tram scheme.
The 2009 Heineken Cup Final, which will be staged at Murrayfield Stadium, is currently the fastest selling final in the tournament's 14 year history.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to hear of the death of the former Scotland B, Glasgow and Stirling County winger Alan Armstrong. He was 55.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to hear of the death of SRU past president Charlie Ritchie. He was 75.
Friday night is rugby night and Magners League action is on the menu at Firhill where Glasgow Warriors await the visit of the Scarlets. If you can't get to Firhill, don't worry.