Scotland are on top of world after a fine start
Scotland coach Steve McCormack’s nerves were frayed but intact after his side secured a thrilling 26-24 World Cup win over Tonga at Workington last night.
The Bravehearts lived up to their nickname on a thrilling night in Cumbria, finding a way to win after squandering a 20-4 lead.
New Warrington signing Matty Russell’s try, captain Danny Brough’s conversion and then Daniel Foster’s knock-on with a second to go ensured a Scottish success story that will live long in the memory, perhaps even bettering their 2008 win over Fiji.
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