Scotland Under-20s’ Six Nations schedule confirmed

Kenny Murray's side looking to break a 14-match losing streak when they kick-off their campaign away to England on 3rd February

Ollie Leatherbarrow celebrates a Scotland try against England during the 2022 U20s Six Nations. Image: © Craig Watson -
Ollie Leatherbarrow celebrates a Scotland try against England during the 2022 U20s Six Nations. Image: © Craig Watson -

IT has been confirmed that Scotland Under-20s will kick-off their 2023 Six Nations campaign away to England on Friday 3rd February at 7pm – on the eve of the Calcutta Cup match at Twickenham – although the venue is still to be announced by the home nation.

The will the host Wales in the second round on Friday 10th February at 7.15pm, travel to France for round three on Friday 24th February at 8pm, then host Ireland on Friday 10th March at 7.15pm and round-off their campaign against Italy at home on Sunday 19th March at 2pm. All five matches will be broadcast live on BBC.

The young Scots will be hoping to pick up the country’s first win in a competitive match at this level since beating Wales 52-17 in their final game of the 2020 Six Nations. Since then they have lost 14 matches on the bounce.

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2023 Under-20 Six Nations Fixtures (time GMT):

  • Friday 3 February
    • Wales v Ireland, 7pm
    • England v Scotland, 7pm
    • Italy v France, 8pm
  • Friday 10 February
    • England v Italy, 7pm
    • Scotland v Wales, 7.15pm
    • Ireland v France, 8pm
  • Friday 24 February
    • Italy v Ireland, 7.15pm
    • Wales v England, 7.15pm
    • France v Scotland, 8pm
  • Friday 10 March
    • Italy v Wales, 7.15pm
    • Scotland v Ireland, 7.15pm
    • England v France, 8pm
  • Sunday 19 March
    • Scotland v Italy, 2pm
    • Ireland v England, 5pm
    • France v Wales, 8pm

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  1. Glasgow Hawks sitting joint top of the Premiership, with several 18 year olds making a big impact… plenty of speed and ability to nurture! 😊

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