Cotter Prepared For A Summer Tour Of Japan

Vern Cotter, the current coach of Scotland rugby union national team is preparing his team for the upcoming summer tour which will be held in Japan. Scotland rugby national team will play its first match with Japan at the Toyota stadium in June.

The coach, who was a former player and coach for New Zealand rugby union is now determined to stay focused with his existing number of players in his team and has also kept the option open for others to join the team later.

Scotland Rugby On The Rise

Rob Wainwright, the former captain of the rugby team in the country, seemed to have enjoyed watching the revival of the team that took place in a recent match.

Rib has wanted a big change to come by in the country’s team and performance and he had stated so in many places. After 2014 things have been working for the better for the country’s rugby team. Rob is delighted that his friends are in charge of bringing about the change in the team’s performance.

Police looking for Irish rugby fans

Police are looking for a few Ireland rugby supporters after a passenger was drummed up on a train after a Six Nations rugby match. The duo are believed to have roomed a carriage in South London after going to the Ireland and England match on 27th February, in Twickenham.

The officers told that one of the men vomited on the floor and another complaint came from a 58 year old passenger.

BT to sponsor Scotland Rugby Team

The Scottish Rugby Union or SRU has announced that their principal sponsor BT will be replacing the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Group as the new sponsor on the jerseys of the national teams including the men's Scotland Rugby Team.

The three year deal signed between the two parties will see yet another new jersey to be unveiled for the national team and signals the end of a four year association with the RBS Group which will now become the SRU's official banking partner.


Scotland Rugby Team Disappointed After Losing To Italian Rugby Team

Scotland Rugby team had to face hard times before but it was never as bad as it is at present.

The Scotland Rugby team was defeated in their match against Italy which was held on Saturday, 28th February at Murrayfield Stadium. The final score of the Scottish team was 19 while that of their opponent, Italy was 22.

The defeat is being considered by some as humiliating for the Scottish team. As a result of losing that match, the Scotland Rugby Team is currently at the lowest position in the League Table of 2015 Six Nations Rugby.

Former Scotland Rugby Team player Rennie announces retirement

Ross Rennie, the former Scotland Rugby Team player has announced his retirement from all forms of the game following a failure to recover from a neck injury he suffered three months back.

The flanker, who was a part of the Rugby Football Union Championship club Bristol Rugby has announced that he took this decision after consultation with his doctors and specialists as well as the club.

Scotland Rugby Team Seems Potential Contender For Six Nations 2015 Trophy

Scotland rugby team shows the potential to be a tough contender in the upcoming Six Nations and if everything goes well has every chance to clinch the coveted champion’s trophy at the esteemed championship.

Yes, it’s true that the Scottish team were badly nailed by South Africa & Australia at Autumn Series last year. It’s also true that they showed up with a very meek performance against the English rugby squad in the early quarter of 2014 & had a disastrous fate with Wales team which even had Stuart Hogg red carded during Six Nations 2014.

Patrick Lambie kicks A Penalty To Give South Africa A Win

New Zealand was winning with a lead in the score with just a bare 3 minutes left in the match when Wayne Barnes the referee made a penalty decision after replacing Liam Messam who had shoulder charged Schalk Burger. The replacement was Patrick Lambie who had the nerves to make a 55metere penalty shot and this secured the first win of South Africaover the All Blacks since the game in 2011.


Scotland Rugby learns from mistakes and resolves to prepare better

Scotland Rugby received a major blow after their crushing defeat to South Africa. It was a learning experience for the players who are trying to find their strong hold in the international arena. Scotland lost the game 55-6 to the South Africans even though a number of their stars were missing from the squad. They concede a number of tries and more importantly it was the way they went down in such situations which is to be scrutinized.


Northampton looking for more success under Mallinder

Northampton Saints are riding high on their success in the Aviva Premiership which they won due some stellar performances by their stars in the last season. The Saints claimed their first domestic championship by winning last season’s final against the Saracens. The club rewarded their Director of Rugby Jim Mallinder with a new five year contract following their 24-20 score line to lift the trophy. The fans and officials associated with the club were delighted with their success in the concluding season and have vouchsafed for some more success in the following years.