Scottish Rugby news

Coach to Win, Scotland’s first world-class partnership coach development programme, was launched today (30 April) by Judy Murray and Frank Hadden at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre in Edinburgh.
The world??™s most-capped women??™s player, Scotland??™s Donna Kennedy, will be encouraging the Scotland internationalists of the future this weekend.
Scotland’s Malcolm Changleng has been appointed to referee his first full Test match involving a Tier 1 nation.
This season, the SWRU are trialling an online based registration system in addition to email/paper registration.
Stirling County’s teenage flanker Kevin Bryce is today named as recipient of this season’s John Macphail Scholarship.
This year SWRU National 7s competition will be a combined event with the Emirates Airline Edinburgh Sevens and the associated Festival of Rugby to be held at Murrayfield on 2nd and 3rd June.
A reminder to all clubs that all proposed amendments, comments, or motions for the AGM must be received by Kate Ho ( by 5pm on April 29th 2007.A reminder to all clubs that all propo
The Women??™s Super League is an independent competition run for the first time in 2007 by Super League Limited, with the backing of RFUW, WRU, IRFU and SWRU.
At a meeting held last night at Gala RFC between senior representatives of the Scottish Rugby Board and a number of representatives from Border Clubs, Gordon McKie, Chief Executive of Scottish Rugby,
Scottish referee Neil Paterson (Dundee HSFP) is to take charge of tomorrow night’s IRB Under 19 World Championship semi-final between New Zealand and Wales at Ravenhill, Belfast.