Scottish Rugby news

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.
With less than three weeks until Scotland goes to the polls in the Parliamentary elections, all the major political parties have now published their manifestos.
Today’s announcement by the six major rugby unions in Europe and the IRB regarding the future of the Heineken Cup competition has been welcomed by Scottish Rugby.Today’s announcement by the six major
Scottish referee Neil Paterson will control the England v New Zealand match in the IRB U19 World Championship at Ravenhill in Belfast on Friday.
Scottish Rugby is rewarding clubs to the tune of ?£32,000 in recognition of the role they have played in developing players who have gone on to win full-time or apprentice contracts with professional
Scottish Rugby, Scottish Borders Council and other interested parties met today and had a constructive discussion about the potential options for professional rugby in the Scottish Borders.
Scottish Rugby today expressed serious concern in regard to decisions announced yesterday by the French National League (LNR) and Premier Rugby in England (PRL) to withdraw from the Heineken Cup and E
Scottish Rugby today confirmed its plans, set out at last week’s pro team announcement, to meet with the clubs in the Borders region and other pro team stakeholders such as members of its Border Reive
Scottish Rugby expressed its surprise and disappointment today at what it described as further misleading and inaccurate comments made by Mr Bob Carruthers in a national newspaper, on this occasion re