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Montpellier announced that Scotland head coach Vern Cotter will join the Top 14 club next season.
Montpellier sign Scotland head coach Cotter
Scotland rugby coach Vern Cotter will take over at Montpellier when his contract ends in June 2017, it was confirmed on Thursday.
Scotland international Duncan Weir is set to face a lengthy rehabilitation period after undergoing a surgery on his jaw.
Edinburgh will be without Scotland fly-half Duncan Weir for several weeks after he suffered a fracture to his jaw that required surgery. The post Weir has surgery on fractured jaw appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Kyle Traynor is set to make his first Premiership start when Bristol Rugby face Exeter on Friday evening. ; The Scotland international is one of six changes, all in the pack, for the South-West derby at Ashton Gate.
Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend welcomed the return of Scotland international Finn Russell for the clash against Ulster on Friday.
In the latest edition of our series, we look back at this week in history and pick out a key moment from rugby’s archives. The post Flashback: Scotland’s September surprise appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
In the latest edition of our series, we look back at this week in history and pick out a key moment from rugby’s archives. The post WEDNESDAY – Flashback: Scotland’s September surprise appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The South African hooker, a summer signing from Super Rugby side the Sharks, forms part of a Newcastle team looking for their second win of the campaign after beating Northampton 38-21 in last week’s opener. American lock Nick Civetta partners Scotland Under-20s cap Andrew Davidson in the second row, Kenyan international Joshua Chisanga continuing at No 8.
Bath v Worcester Bath: Homer; Rokoduguni, Banahan, Bowden, Watson; Ford (c), Fotulai’i; Auterac, Batty, Thomas, Charteris, Attwood, Ewels, Sisi, Houston Replacements: Dunn, Catt, Palma-Newport, Stooke, Mercer, Homer, Brew, Williams Worcester: Shillcock; Hammond, Olivier, Willison, Humphreys; Heathcote, Arr; Ruskin, Annett, Johnston, O’Callaghan, Barry, Mama, Kirwan, Dowson (c) Replacements: Bregvadze, Leleimalefaga, Daniels, Scotland-Williamson, Cavubati, Baldwin, Eden, Adams Exeter v Harlequins Exeter: Turner; […]
World Rugby TV caught up with Scotland head coach-in-waiting Gregor Townsend to talk about the experiences that have helped shape his philosophy on the game.
Edinburgh Rugby prop Willem ‘WP’ Nel will lead the team out as the club’s 24th centurion against Leinster at BT Murrayfield tonight (kick-off 7.35pm). The Scotland tighthead with 15 caps is out of contract at the end of the season, and apparently Edinburgh haven’t started contract talks with one of Europe’s top props, who signed… Read more » The post Glasgow and Edinburgh teams announced appeared first on Scottish Rugby Blog.
In the first of a series of posts by our preferred kit partners at First XV, Adam Clark takes a look at the evolution of the Scotland rugby shirt over the years. The post How often is too often for a new Scotland Rugby Shirt? appeared first on Scottish Rugby Blog.
Scotland battle back from 26-15 down in the last minute to beat South Africa in the final of the HSBC London Sevens, while Fiji collected their second successive series title at Twickenham.
Glasgow produced a masterful second half performance to beat Leinster 33-25 on the first game played on the new synthetic turf at Scotstoun. Leinster led by 10 points at one point, but four tries from Scotland winger Tommy Seymour helped the 2015 champions secure their second consecutive win of the Pro12 season. Seymour has been the form player of the campaign so far and added to his opening round double against Connacht with four extremely well-taken scores.
Two tries from Scotland winger Sean Maitland helped Saracens to a 13-24 bonus point victory over Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park in the Aviva Premiership. The match was a rematch of last year’s Premiership final and like last season Saracens demonstrated why they are the English and European Champions.
Former Saints and Scotland flanker Scott Gray says that returning to Franklin’s Gardens brought back fond memories. Gray was at last weekend’s game against Bath with Harare school St John’s College, where he is now Director of Rugby.
Gregor Townsend has blasted critics of the Guinness Pro12 and insists the league is of superior quality to both the Premiership and Top14. Scotland-boss-in-waiting Townsend’s fighting talk comes on the back of heavy criticism of the Celtic-Italian competition, including that of SRU chief executive, Mark Dodson, who reckons the league’s future is “bleak” if the […]
Scotland international Adam Ashe has been sidelined for the next four months after undergoing a hip surgery.