SRU begins hunt for Scottish-qualified players
Murrayfield chiefs have launched a search for foreign-born but Scottish-qualified talent as they look to offset the threat posed by World Rugby's new stricter rules on residency eligibility.
Test rugby's walking wounded
With the November internationals nearing, the biggest concern for the major nations is the growing size of their injury lists -- will key players be fit for the end-of-year tours?
Scotland's Laidlaw out of autumn Tests
Scotland will be without scrum-half Greig Laidlaw for the autumn internationals after he broke his fibula on Sunday.
Denton a 'better player' for Bath experience
David Denton returns to the Recreation Ground with Worcester Warriors Saturday determined to prove that his time with Bath helped make him a better player.
Kennedy tips Cowan for Scots recall
London Irish director of rugby Nick Kennedy has tipped Blair Cowan for a Scotland recall after the flanker starred in the club's 39-29 Aviva Premiership win over Harlequins at Twickenham.
Cummings targets Scotland breakthrough
Scott Cummings is determined break into the Scotland squad after featuring in Gregor Townsend's training camp.
Glasgow focused on silverware - Rennie
Nothing other than winning a title can be considered a success at Glasgow Warriors this season, according to new head coach Dave Rennie.
Scots Rollie, Thomson turn pro
Scotland Women backs Chloe Rollie and Lisa Thomson have signed one-year professional contracts with French club Lille Metropole Rugby Club Villeneuvois (LMRCV).
Wilson named Glasgow Warriors captain
Ryan Wilson has been named as Glasgow Warriors' new captain by coach Dave Rennie ahead of the start of the Pro 14 season.
Scott, McCallum join Scotland training camp
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend has called up Gloucester centre Matt Scott and uncapped Edinburgh prop Murray McCallum to their pre-season training camp squad.
Graham praised after Scotland call up
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend spoke highly of Darcy Graham after including the 20-year-old in his squad for a two-day training camp.
Jackson completes Glasgow return
Harlequins fly-half Ruaridh Jackson has agreed a return to Scotland with Glasgow Warriors.
SRU reveals Super Six, new league structure
A new six-team top tier of Scottish domestic rugby has been confirmed.
Law changes should provide speedier, simpler rugby - Dowd
World Rugby should be applauded for its looming law changes with the amendments set to simplify and speed up the game, which is a huge positive for referees and fans alike -- Craig Dowd writes.
Law amendments set to shake up breakdown contest
The ability of openside 'fetchers' to dominate the breakdown could be a thing of the past, after World Rugby rubberstamped three new amendments as part of an overhaul to the game's laws set to commence next month.
Hogg, Gray injury blows for Scotland
Glasgow Warriors and Scotland pair Jonny Gray and Stuart Hogg both face up to six months on the sidelines after undergoing surgery.
Dell, Bresler pen new Edinburgh deals
New British & Irish Lion Allan Dell and teammate Anton Bresler have been handed fresh contracts by Edinburgh.
Townsend rues sloppy Scots loss to Fiji
Scotland coach Gregor Townsend was bitterly disappointed with his side's inaccuracies as former Glasgow lock Leone Nakarawa guided Fiji to a famous win in Suva.
Scotland's unbeaten summer over after loss to Fiji
Scotland's mission to finish their summer tour unbeaten failed as they lost 27-22 to Fiji in Suva.
Ford to set Scotland caps record
Scotland hooker Ross Ford is set to break his country's caps record on Saturday after being named in the starting line-up to face Fiji.
Hansen shows his hand with shock Ioane promotion
Warren Gatland may have taken out the award for multiple selection day shocks, but All Blacks coach Steve Hansen pulled his own swiftie with the shock promotion of Rieko Ioane.
Former Scotland lock Weir battling MND
Doddie Weir -- who won 61 caps for Scotland -- has announced he is battling motor neurone disease in the hope to raise awareness of the condition.
Scotland to leapfrog Wallabies in rankings
Tired of being Scotland the brave, now Gregor Townsend's men are poised to be officially better than Australia for the first time after a stirring 24-19 win over the Wallabies in Sydney.
Townsend delighted with Scots' effort
Scotland coach Gregor Townsend was a happy and proud man after watching his players beat Australia 24-19 in Sydney.
Brave Scots humble Wallabies
Scotland have sealed their first ever win in Sydney defeating the Wallabies 24-19 in a nail-biting finish.
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