• Lamont wins Grouse gong

    Scotland full-back Rory Lamont has been confirmed as the recipient of the SRU's Famous Grouse award for 2007/8, following in the footsteps of brother Sean...

  • Blair urges Hadden to stay

    Scotland scrum-half Mike Blair has said he hopes Frank Hadden stays on as Scotland coach and helps to build on their success at the World...

  • Callam comes through surgery

    Edinburgh duo David Callam and Andrew Easson have both successfully come through their respective operations without any further problems.

  • White wants Hadden to stay

    Scotland captain Jason White insists coach Frank Hadden remains the best man for the job after bowing out in the World Cup quarter-finals.

  • Future looks bright for Scotland

    Scotland head coach Frank Hadden predicted a bright future for his team despite seeing their World Cup dreams die at the quarter-final stage at the...

  • Lawson looks to the past

    Scottish hooker Scott Lawson has said the memories of 2005 will motivate his side when they take on Argentina in the quarter-finals on Sunday.

  • Scotland’s Parks is poles ahead

    As Scotland prepare for their quarter-final with Argentina on Sunday their Australian born fly-half Dan Parks has revealed his secret to kicking.

  • Scotland lack the edge

    Veteran Scotland utility-back Chris Paterson admitted on Tuesday that his team had not been entirely convincing in the World Cup despite qualifying for the quarter-finals.

  • SRU confident in Hadden

    Scottish Rugby has given its coach Frank Hadden a big vote of confidence, after Scotland qualified for their sixth World Cup quarter-final at the weekend.

  • Scots ‘strong and positive’

    Scotland team manager Guy Richardson insists his troops are in a "strong and positive" mood as they begin preparations for the quarter-final clash with Argentina,...

  • Scotland scrape through

    Scotland have made it to the quarter-finals of the World Cup after a nerve-racking 18-16 win over Italy in Saint Etienne. A match that rarely...

  • Scots ‘not finished yet’

    Scotland star Chris Paterson insists his boys "are not finished yet" after his flawless kicking display booked their place in the World Cup quarter-finals at...

  • Hadden looks for pay-off

    Scotland head coach Frank Hadden hopes the decision to rest his star names last weekend pays dividends when his side take on Italy on Saturday.

  • Hadden goes all out

    Frank Hadden has named a full strength side for Scotland's crucial World Cup Pool C game against Italy in Saint Etienne on Saturday.

  • White and Scotland ready

    Scotland captain Jason White believes his side are ready for their all-important game against Italy in Saint Etienne on Saturday.

  • Scotland being realistic

    Scotland insist they are reading nothing into Italy's abject performances in the World Cup so far ahead of Saturday's qualification decider between the two teams...

  • Murray pleased with efforts

    Stand-in Scotland captain Scott Murray was pleased with the efforts shown by his side in their 40-0 defeat against New Zealand at Murrayfield on Sunday.

  • Barclay’s baptism of fire

    As was expected Scotland coach Frank Hadden has rung the changes, thirteen in total, for his sides Pool C clash against New Zealand on Sunday.

  • Scots look to upset ABs

    Scotland flank Allister Hogg is optimistic about his team's prospects in the much anticipated Pool C decider against the All Blacks at Murrayfield on Sunday.

  • Barclay’s baptism of fire

    As was expected Scotland coach Frank Hadden has rung the changes, thirteen in total, for his sides Pool C clash against New Zealand on Sunday.

  • NZ a big game for the Lawson’s

    Scottish scrum-half Rory Lawson told the Rugby News Service that his grandfather and former rugby commentator, Bill McLaren inspired him to perform well when he...

  • Scotland will front up

    Scotland know they face two games in a week that will decide their World Cup fate, the first coming this Sunday against the All Blacks.

  • White eyes bonus point

    Scotland captain Jason White said that securing the bonus point against Romania on Tuesday was absolutely crucial for his team.

  • Scotland too much for Romania

    Scotland gained all five points on offer on Tuesday with a 42-0 win over Romania on Tuesday, but it was an error-ridden display against a...

  • White and Hadden happy

    Whilst Scotland captain Jason White was delighted to have recorded a win over Romania he was concerned with the number of basic errors from his...

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