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Scotland stand-off Finn Russell will miss Scotland’s summer tour to Japan as he continues his stay in hospital recovering from a head injury.
Glasgow stand-off Finn Russell will miss Scotland’s summer tour to Japan as he continues to recover from a head injury.
A few years again Tendai ‘BEAST’ Mtawarira saved his teammate from flipping over by showing incredible strength to hold him up. He then did it again a year later, that time with a lock.
Dreams came true and hearts were broken in the semi-finals in the Aviva Premiership and Guinness Pro12, and a new set of heroes were made at the London Sevens too.You’re unbelievable: Scotland’s Sevens players celebrate their incredible win. (Photo: Getty Images)The Saints Gone in 30 seconds Dougie Fife and the Scotland Sevens squad are up among the all-time ultimate Saints …Continue reading »
Scotland came from behind to win a thrilling London Sevens Cup Final against South Africa, claiming their first ever World Rugby Sevens Series title. With just a minute left in the match, Scotland trailed 26-15 but miraculously score twice to win 27-26. Fiji meanwhile claimed the overall Series title by qualifying for the quarter finals earlier in the day
Ruairidh Campbell looks back on a turbulent season for Scottish 7s and focuses in particular on a memorable weekend in London. The post Scotland 7s 2015-16: Review appeared first on Scottish Rugby Blog.
Watson’s pursuit of a place in the Team GB squad for this summer’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro saw him recalled by England for last weekend’s HSBC London Sevens at Twickenham. The 24-year-old dotted down the winning try in Saturday’s 10-7 victory over Australia, further wins over Wales (24-5) and Fiji (31-10) seeing them winning their group. England bowed out of the Cup competition on Sunday after a 17-0 loss to eventual winners Scotland, and were eliminated from the Plate at the semi-final stage when New Zealand were 35-10 victors.
South Africa finished runners-up for the fourth consecutive time as Dougie Fife’s last minute try snatched the game away from them to secure a maiden World Rugby Sevens Series title for Scotland in their 27-26 victory at Twickenham.
FINALS WRAP: A Dougie Fife brace in the final 30 seconds of the Final handed Scotland their first-ever Cup title in the World Series when they beat South Africa 27-26.
SEMIFINALS WRAP: The BlitzBoks advanced to the Cup Final of the London Sevens when they defeated Series champions Fiji 26-21 and will face Scotland, who secured their first-ever Cup Final.
The Amsterdam Sevens is celebrating it’s 45th year, so to mark the occasion we are giving away 5 pairs of weekend tickets (27-29 May). To enter, simply hit the button below and fill in your details. In it’s 45th year, the Amsterdam 7s welcomes big names including the national teams of Kenya 7s (under the name Shujaa 7s), Fiji Development (under the name Global Fiji Barracudas), Italy Development, Georgia, and Scotland women.Â There will also be the best invitational teams like Samurai, ProjecX Waterboys and Susieâ€™s Saloon
Scotland centre Pete Horne has urged his Glasgow Warriors teammates to hunt for more title wins and grab the attention of European teams.
Scotland call up Lamont for Japan tour
Scotland have included seasoned centre Sean Lamont as a replacement for their injured winger Tim Visser for the tour of Japan which is scheduled to begin in June.
Veteran wing Sean Lamont returns for the summer tour of Japan after Harlequins wing Tim Visser is ruled out injured.
Scotland lock Richie Gray completes a four-year deal to join former European champions Toulouse next season.
Former Scotland prop Cross retires from rugby
NEWS: Former Scotland international and London Irish prop Geoff Cross has retired from professional rugby following 13 seasons in the game.
Scotland have added centre Matt Scott to the squad for the upcoming Japan tour as a replacement for Alex Dunbar, who was ruled out for the remainder of the season owing to a knee injury.
NEWS: Scotland centre Duncan Taylor is desperate to end his breakout season on a high as Saracens go for European glory in the Champions Cup final on Saturday.