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Scotland (AP) Scotland has changed three forwards and retained the same backline for the Six Nations rugby match against Italy in Rome on Saturday...Johnnie Beattie were recalled, and Ross Ford, Tim Swinson and David Denton dropped to the reserves on
Stuart Hogg back for Scotland against Ireland Stuart Hogg has been named in the Scotland side for their Six Nations opener against Ireland in Dublin. Hogg returns at full-back after missing the autumn Tests through injury, while Alex Dunbar is
Tim Swinson & Tommy Seymour to start Scotland v Japan Tim Swinson will partner Al Kellock in the second row as Scotland open the autumn Test series against Japan at Murrayfield on Saturday. Ruaridh Jackson is given the number 10 jersey alongside
Exeter Chiefs (9) 16 A commanding second-half performance from Glasgow Warriors cemented their first win of Pool 2 in the Heineken Cup. Gregor Townsend's men had been fortunate to only trail by three points at the break as Exeter Chiefs took the game
Promising flyhalf Tom Heathcote returns to the Scotland side for their test against Italy at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday after concussion laid him low for a week. He is one of three changes named on Thursday by interim coach Scott Johnson
Peter Murchie, Tim Swinson and Tommy Seymour - for Saturday's match against South Africa. Six debutants played in last weekend's 27-17 defeat by Samoa and the latest trio come as coach Scott Johnson makes seven changes to his side. Ruaridh Jackson
Interim Scotland head coach Scott Johnson has named nine uncapped players in his squad for the summer tour of South Africa. Johnson, who led Scotland in this year's Six Nations campaign, will take up the role of director of rugby after the tour...
Glasgow ran in eight tries in a record away win against an outclassed Dragons team at Rodney Parade. Mark Bennett, Niko Matalawu and Alex Dunbar's first half tries put Glasgow in control. In the second half Taylor Paris, Josh Strauss, Scott White and
Glasgow (6) 24 Tommy Seymour ran in two opportunist second-half tries as Glasgow Warriors extended their Pro12 winning run to five games on a rainy night in Italy. In an error-strewn game, the winger pounced on a loose Treviso pass to kick the ball
The visitors scored first-half tries through Johnny Leota, James Gaskell and Rob Miller, with Gopperth kicking three penalties at the other end. Sale's 19-12 half-time lead was reduced to two points when Tim Swinson scored Newcastle's first try.