Scottish Rugby news

Two of Scotland Sevens’ most prolific players have signed for Edinburgh and will join the club on a fulltime basis from next season. 
Edinburgh have re-signed 21-year-old back-row Jamie Ritchie, with the former Scotland U20 captain extending his stay with the club until at least May 2021.
This evening’s European Challenge Cup Round 3 match against London Irish (kick-off 7.35pm) has been moved to the international pitch at BT Murrayfield.
Disciplinary action has now been taken by Edinburgh Rugby against John Hardie for gross misconduct, following an internal investigation.
Scotland international lock Ben Toolis, who earned his sixth international cap against New Zealand at BT Murrayfield on Saturday, will be an Edinburgh player for at least the next two years.
Starting with the 2017 Autumn Test series Scottish Rugby is introducing a ‘s
Scottish Rugby is delighted to announce iPro Sport as it's preferred isotonic sports drink partner.
Celtic Rugby have confirmed that advanced and positive discussions are taking place with the South African Rugby Union regarding the introduction of twi teams into an expanded Guinness PRO12 Champi
Scottish Rugby is extending its partnership with Spire Edinburgh Hospitals.
Scottish Rugby Toasts First Official Gin Partner
Scottish Rugby today toasted a new partnership with Eden Mill, Scotland’s first single site distillery and brewery, which will see the drinks spec