Scottish Rugby news

Fans should once again be able to enjoy a pint of beer during Scotland’s upcoming Rugby World Cup matches at the home of Scottish rugby in September.
Scotland’s Malcolm Changleng will referee his first full Test match tomorrow when he takes control of South Africa’s game against Samoa at Ellis Park, Johannesburg.
Member clubs of the Scottish Women??™s Rugby Union have agreed a new strategic plan which has the specific aim of integration with Scottish Rugby, the governing body of the men??™s game, by 2009.
Scottish Rugby welcomes the inclusion of both Scottish professional teams, Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby, in the 2007/08 Heineken Cup.
The Martin Currie Festival of Rugby took place on Murrayfield’s back pitches throughout the weekend of the Emirates Airline Edinburgh 7s with more than 1,100 men, women and children taking part.
John Thorburn (Hawick) has today withdrawn from the contest to succeed Andy Irvine as President of the Scottish Rugby Union.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death of former Scotland centre Duncan Macrae last month at the age of 92.
France 2007, the organisers of this year's Rugby World Cup, held a press conference in the heart of the Scottish capital today to update Scotland on their preparations for what is the third largest in
This week marks 100 days to go until the third biggest sporting event in the world kicks-off, the Rugby World Cup.
The official annual Scottish Rugby Awards dinner has taken place at Murrayfield Stadium.