Sean Lineen will take charge of Scotland under-20 for the 2014/15 season, assisted by John Dalziel and Iain Monaghan.
Players will participate in a number of camps throughout the season to stake their claim for selection and the opportunity, and honour, of pulling on the dark blue of Scotland to compete against other nations at age-grade level.
Scotland under-20 finished third – their highest Championship placing to date – in the 2015 under-20 Six Nations, with a record of three wins and two losses.
Despite a fantastic second half in Darlington, Scotland were unable to topple eventual Champions England, on their home patch, yet reversed their fortunes, to complete a home clean sweep, with a victory over Ireland in the final game of the tournament.
Scotland under-20 Six Nations Championship 2015 results
France under-20 47 v 6 Scotland under-20, Stade Jean Laville, Gueugnon
Scotland under-20 36 v 34 Wales under-20, Netherdale, Galashiels
Scotland under-20 45 v 0 Italy under-20, Netherdale, Galashiels
England under-20 26 v 11 Scotland under-20, Northern Echo Arena, Darlington
Scotland under-20 17 v 10 Ireland under-20, Netherdale, Galashiels
The squad will regroup for the 2015 World Rugby Under-20 Championship which will be held in Italy in June. Scotland under-20 will play five games in this tournament irrespective of their results.
Following the pool phase, the teams will be seeded based on the position they finished in their respective groups, with fourth round match opponents allocated on this basis.
Scotland under-20s World Rugby Under 20 Championship pool fixtures (all times GMT)
Tuesday 2 June: New Zealand v Scotland, Stadio XXV Aprile, Parma (kick-off 7.30pm)
Saturday 6 June: Ireland v Scotland, Stadio San Michele, Calvisano (kick-off 3.30pm)
Wednesday 10 June: Argentina v Scotland: Stadio San Michele, Calvisano (kick-off 3.30pm)