Scottish Rugby news

A partnership between Scottish Rugby and one of its major sponsors is the highlight of a range of developments designed to boost refereeing at all levels in Scotland, which are being unveiled today.
The SWRU are pleased to announce the SWRU U18 Pathway Squads for 2008/2009 season.
Women's rugby in the Stirling area is staging a revival as Stirling County women_x0019_s rugby club is reborn this July.
Rugby League's "Magic Weekend", where a full round of engage Super League fixtures are played in one city over one weekend, will be played at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium on the 2 and 3 May, 2009.
The countdown continues to one of the biggest events in the summer calendar at Murrayfield, when the home of Scottish Rugby becomes the focal point for football as Hibernian take on European giants Ba
In the first partnership of its kind, Scottish Widows Bank and Scottish Rugby have launched a savings account which when opened, can directly support the growth of grass-roots rugby across Scotland.
Hibernian manager Mixu Paatelainen became the latest figure to heap praise on the Murrayfield set-up when he visited the home of Scottish Rugby to promote the pre-season friendly match against FC Barc
The Scottish Women's Rugby Union today announced the players selected to attend the second talent identification day.
Jim Stevenson, a 52-year-old local government officer with Glasgow City Council and a man who has served Cambuslang Rugby Club in a multitude of roles on and off the pitch, was tonight elected Preside
More than £5 million will be spent in total on club and grassroots rugby in Scotland in 2008/09 up from £3.734 million in the past year, Scottish Rugby's Chief Executive Gordon McKie announced today.