Scottish Rugby news

Scottish Rugby has confirmed its recent festival of club and professional rugby ‘Silver Saturday’ will return next season.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to hear of the death earlier today of former Scotland back-row forward and former national coach Nairn MacEwan.  He was 76.
Scottish Rugby has today announced it has applied for planning permission to install a new playing venue in the grounds of BT Murrayfield, which will have a capacity of up to 7,800.
Scottish Rugby and its respective representative and professional teams are throwing their full support behind UK Anti-Doping’s second Clean Sport Week, which launches today (21 May).
Former Scotland and British & Irish Lions lock, Doddie Weir, who revealed in June last year that he is fighting motor neurone disease, has won the April
Scottish Rugby can today (Tuesday 1 May) confirm the six franchises which will form the new Super 6 competition starting in season 2019/20. 
Scottish Rugby today welcomed the news that PRO14 Rugby have signed a landmark partnership with Premier Sports and FreeSports to show every Guinness PRO14 g
Today's inaugural Silver Saturday broke records as over 25,000 supporters enjoyed a showcase of the best of Scotland's club and professional rugby.
Edinburgh Rugby and Glasgow Warriors are among the teams to compete to lift the Guinness PRO14 trophy in Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on Saturday 26 May.
Silver Saturday (28 April) – a showcase of the best of Scottish club and professional rugby – is on course to break two attendance records this weekend as supporters of all levels of the game come