Scottish Rugby news

Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of former Scotland internationalist and past president of the SRU, Adam Robson. He was 78.
Today’s decision by Environment Minister Ross Finnie to approve the Water of Leith Flood Prevention Scheme including Scottish Rugby’s alternative proposals for the Murrayfield area, has been warmly we
Scotland’s national events agency EventScotland has further demonstrated its commitment to sporting events in Scotland by today announcing its support of ?£100,000 to Scottish Rugby, who are hosting t
Scottish Rugby will hold a coaching update on Wednesday (14 March) at Woodside, home of Aberdeenshire Rugby Club, Aberdeen.
Scotland 18 Ireland 11 Scotland, playing with greater imagination, fully deserved their victory in the Club International at Meggetland tonight in front of a crowd of 1112.
Supporters travelling to tomorrow’s Scotland v Ireland match at Murrayfield in the RBS 6 Nations Championship are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys.
Tam McVie, the experienced back-row forward, has been named once again to lead the Scotland Club International team for their match against their Irish counterparts at Meggetland on Friday.
Malcolm Changleng (Gala) is to referee the European Challenge Cup quarter-final between Clermont Auvergne and Newcastle Falcons at the Parc des Sport Marcel-Michelin, Clermont-Ferrand on Friday 30 Mar
Carnoustie Rugby Club are organising an inaugural golf championship which will take place on the famous Carnoustie links on Friday 20 April 2007, the venue of this year’s Open Championship.
Players from ten Premiership clubs have been selected in the Scotland Club International squad for their match against their Irish counterparts.