National Youth Cup Finals return to BT Murrayfield

National Youth Cup Finals return to BT Murrayfield

​This weekend Scottish Rugby will host the boys and girls’ U16 and U18 National Youth Cup Finals at BT Murrayfield and DAM Health Stadium.

These games will no doubt feel that bit more special for the players and supporters after Covid-19 put a stop to last season’s competition.

Heralding the return of the National Youth Finals event, Scottish Rugby President, Ian Barr said: "The opportunity to play rugby on these marquee pitches offers players a platform to experience something that few get to do and is bound to inspire these young squads to get the most out of the occasion.

"Being able to host Youth Finals Day after the difficulties of Covid-19 is both exciting and encouraging as some of the future of Scottish rugby talent takes the early steps of a rugby journey against the backdrop of proud friends and family."

Click HERE to view previews of the U18 Girls Cup and U18 Boys Cup games.

National Youth Cup Finals schedule and line-up

Girls U16 Cup | Stirling County v East Lothian Girls
Kick-off: 10.45am at BT Murrayfield

Girls U16 Shield | Tayside Girls v Caithness RFC
Kick-off: 11.00am at DAM Health Stadium

Boys U16 Cup | Stirling County v GHA RFC
Kick-off: 12.45pm at BT Murrayfield

Boys U16 Shield | Kelso RFC v Hawick Youth Rugby Club
Kick-off: 1.00pm at DAM Health Stadium

Girls U18 Cup | Edinburgh Harlequins v Stirling County
Kick-off: 2.45pm at BT Murrayfield

Girls U18 Shield | Dundee Rugby v Caithness RFC
Kick-off: 3.15pm at DAM Health Stadium

Boys U18 Shield | Earlston High School/Melrose Wasps v Gala Wanderers
Kick-off: 5.00pm at DAM Health Stadium

Boys U18 Cup | Boroughmuir v West of Scotland FC
Kick-off: 6.30pm at BT Murrayfield

View the digital match day programme, HERE.
Register to attend the event, HERE.

Girls U16 Bowl

In addition to these eight final fixtures, a Girls U16 Bowl competition will also take place at Forrester Rugby Club on Saturday 26 March from 10am.

This competition has been specifically created to provide young female players the chance to join forces to create teams and provide new players with additional game time in a meaningful, development format.

A match-day report and gallery will be available on Sunday.

U16 Girls Bowl Final | Annan RFC v Edinburgh Harlequins
Third & Fourth place playoff | Highland RFC v Oban Lorne RFC

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