Clubs and Schools news

Clubs from the Tennent’s Premiership have had their pick of 95 professional players contracted to Glasgow Warriors, Edinburgh Rugby and Scotland 7s, ahead of the new 2018/19 season.
Scottish Rugby has announced the latest group of coaches to undertake the highest available coaching qualification in the country.
The remit of Scottish Rugby's Head of Academies, Sean Lineen, has been extended to include the on-field oversight of Scotland’s Super 6 competition, which begins next season (2019/2020).
Following a successful tour to Japan, the Schools of Rugby U16 squad can look back fondly on two challenging matches and an amazing experience of traditional and modern Japanese culture. 
As the second summer of Tartan Touch comes to a close, take a look at one of the hard-working clubs which enjoyed its first season of the simple, non-contact version of the game. 
Scottish Rugby’s Schools of Rugby U16 squad completed their tour to Nagasaki with one win and one loss against their Japanese counterparts.
Rugby clubs across Scotland opened their doors this weekend (11 and 12 August) to ready their clubhouses for the new season and invite the local community to enjoy a range of activities as part of
Scottish Rugby’s 2018/19 RugbyRight e-learning course has now been launched on its online training hub (Hive Learning).
Scottish Rugby’s Schools of Rugby U16 squad travelled to Japan this Monday (6 August), after weeks of preparation, to play two matches against Nagasaki and experience Japanese culture.
Defending league-cup double winners, Melrose, will welcome Cup runners-up, Stirling County, to the Greenyards for the BT Charity Shield on Saturday 25 August (kick-off 3pm).