Scotland B national rugby union team

Scotland B national rugby union team

Scotland B
Union Scottish Rugby Union

The Scotland national B rugby union team was one of several national rugby union teams behind the Scottish national side.

It has now been disbanded.

Contents

  • Team 1
  • References 2
  • See also 3
    • Men's National teams 3.1
      • Senior 3.1.1
      • Development 3.1.2
      • Age Grades 3.1.3
    • Women's National teams 3.2
      • Senior 3.2.1

Team

The B team played on 18 February 1989 against France B.

The squad was:

M Wright (Kelso); D A Stark (Ayr), B Edwards (Boroughmuir), R R W Maclean (Gloucester), W L Renwick (London Scottish); D K Shiel (Jed-Forest), J M Scott (Stewart's Melville FP); D F Milne (Heriot's FP), J A Hay (Hawick), P H Wright (Borougmuir), D S Munro (Glasgow High/Kelvinside), J F Richardson (Edinburgh Academicals), G E A Buchanan-Smith, C B S Richardson, captain, (both London Scottish), K P Rafferty (Heriot's FP). Replacements—I J Ramsey (Melrose), T J Exeter (London Scottish), S Jardine (South Glamorgan Institute), R I Wainwright (Edinburgh Academicals), D J D Buthcer (London Scottish), J G Runciman (Melrose).[1]

It was coached then by Richie Dixon, at the time the coach of the Glasgow District side.[1] It was reported in 1988 that Dixon had won Scotland B 5 out of their last 6 matches, including 2 France B matches[2]

References

  1. ^ a b "Shade is the only bright spot for Glasgow rugby". Herald Scotland. 
  2. ^ "The Glasgow Herald - Google News Archive Search". google.com. 

See also

Men's National teams

Senior

Development

Age Grades

Women's National teams

Senior