Scotland 7s news

Scotland 7s enjoyed a successful inaugural Vancouver 7s, as they progressed to Cup quarter-finals for the first time of the 2015/16 World Rugby Sevens Series.
Scotland 7s beat England and Samoa to progress to the USA 7s Bowl semi-final, where a last minute try from the opposition, Wales, put an end to their run in the competition.
James Fleming is the only change to Head Coach Calum MacRae’s Scotland 7s squad to compete in the Las Vegas event this weekend (4-6 March). 
Scotland 7s picked up five World Series points this weekend, after progressing to the Sydney 7s Bowl semi-final, where they were unable to overcome a strong Canada side on day two of competition.
Scotland 7s were unable to repeat their Cape Town 7s Bowl winning feat in Wellington, going down to Samoa in the final after defeats of Portugal and Japan.
Scotland 7s finished third in Pool A in the Wellington leg of the World Rugby HSBE Series, after recording a victory against Russia, but falling to defeats to South Africa and hosts New Zealand.
Head Coach Calum MacRae has named three changes, two of which are debutants, to his Scotland 7s squad to compete in the third round of the World Rugby Sevens Series, in Wellington.
Scotland 7s Head Coach Calum MacRae has paid tribute to the new breed of young players developing on the sevens circuit, following his side’s Bowl victory in Cape Town.
Scotland 7s will return from Cape Town 7s as Bowl champions after an outstanding day two performance in which the Calum MacRae’s men defeated Samoa, Wales and England.
Scotland 7s enter the Bowl competition for a second consecutive leg, following a third place finish in Pool A at the close of day one in Cape Town.