Scotland fell to an agonising Six Nations defeat this afternoon as Wales claimed a thrilling 26-23 victory at Murrayfield.
Scotland kick off their 2015 Six Nations campaign in Paris tomorrow against Philippe Saint-André's France.
Head coach Vern Cotter has made two changes from his Scotland team that fell to Tonga in November for the RBS 6 Nations campaign opener in France on Saturday.
Only nine games were played in the Caledonia League programme on an afternoon disrupted by the weather.
Aberdeen Grammar captain Morgan Ward insists there will be no new year hangover when his team travels to the borders tomorrow to face Peebles.
Scotland's two-year wait for the chance to redeem themselves is almost at an end.
Scotland prop Alasdair Dickinson says he and his team mates were sure they could beat New Zealand but, despite the defeat against the number one team in the world, they will take their new found confidence into this Saturday's match with Tonga.
Scotland's New Zealand- born flanker Blair Cowan insists the Dark Blues' narrow defeat by the All Blacks last weekend proves that Vern Cotter's men are on the verge of something special.
The Scotland rugby team were this morning joined by their New Zealand counterparts to pay their Armistice Day respects.
Scotland hooker Ross Forde was delighted with Scotland's performance against Argentina but he insists it came as no surprise after the way the team had been performing in training.
Just over 500 people were there to watch the last time Adam Ashe ran out at Murrayfield but the Glasgow forward insists that was enough to spark his Scotland ambitions into life.
Aberdeenshire take confidence to Falkirk in National League 2 knowing that their run of five consecutive wins has put them on the fringes of the promotion race.
Aberdeen Grammar have set their sights on retaining the Dallas Allardice Trophy at Mayfield tomorrow when they visit rivals Dundee High in National League 1.
Highland head coach Dave Carson has pinpointed winger Craig Findlater as the man to derail Orkney's Caledonia League Division 1 title challenge tomorrow.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has paired brothers Richie and Jonny Gray together in the second row in his side to face Argentina at Murrayfield tomorrow.
Scotland wing Tommy Seymour insists the £1.25million spent on the new Murrayfield pitch will be repaid in Test victories.
Scotland duo Chris Cusiter and Johnnie Beattie have have warned that Scotland face a series of difficult challenges in the Autumn Tests.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has brought two more players into the squad as injury cover ahead of the autumn internationals.
Aberdeen Grammar stand-off Alex Hagart believes it's time for his side to get physical as they head to the Borders tomorrow.
Aberdeen Grammar scrum-half Morgan Ward has warned his team-mates it's time to stand up and be counted at Rubislaw.
Former Aberdeenshire rugby player Neville Bekker has returned to Aberdeen to form a link between his former club and his current South African Superleague side.
Selected to start at scrum half against South Africa on Saturday, Glasgow Warriors’ Henry Pyrgos talks about his try at Murrayfield against this weekend’s hosts and last week’s score against Argentina, what Scotland should expect on the field and what motivates a squad on a lengthy tour.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has made four changes for tonight's summer tour rugby union Test match against Canada in Toronto.
Edinburgh have signed Inverness-born Scotland international stand off Tom Heathcote from English Premiership club Bath on a one-year deal.
Edinburgh Rugby have signed Inverness-born 22-year-old Scotland stand off Tom Heathcote from Bath on a one-year deal,
Billy Twelvetrees is England’s only outstanding injury concern heading into Saturday’s first Test against New Zealand at Eden Park.
The challenges of the main pitch at Murrayfield Stadium have been well documented this year with the entire surface being replaced, from the bottom up, over the last two months. Check out this video to find out more:
Former Aberdeen Grammar president Jim Rae has hit out at the SRU for denying him the opportunity to speak to the north region's member clubs at its annual forum at Elgin tomorrow.
Aberdeen Grammar Rugby's Northsiders supporters club have awarded their Player of the Season Trophy for Season 2013-14 to Erlend Oag.
Scotland have named their test squad for matches this summer when they travel separately to North America, Argentina and South Africa.
Glasgow held on for a thrilling 16-15 victory over Munster at Scotstoun to become the first Scottish team to book a place in the RaboDirect Pro12 final.
Former Aberdeen Grammar and Ellon coaches Alex Duncan and Kevin Wyness are reuniting as coaches of Aberdeenshire.